Spendor designs, engineers and builds all thier loudspeakers in the UK. Every Spendor loudspeaker is assembled at our production facility in Sussex, with components and cabinets all refined through our thir own in-house R&D program. Spendor loudspeakers are easy to set up, work perfectly with whatever Hi-Fi equipment you have and transform the way you hear and enjoy every style of music. Their timeless, elegant design, which has evolved over five decades, makes them instantly and unobtrusively at home in any room. Best of all, they deliver a true, transparent and musical sound way beyond their price point.
Creating the perfect loudspeaker requires an understanding of the link between the technical measurements and what we hear. Captivating products require intense listening that is inspired by a passion for music. In the below video Philip Swift (MD & CEO) explains this in more depth.
Spendor was founded in the late 1960s by Spencer and Dorothy Hughes – the 'Spen' and 'Dor' in the name. Spencer applied the knowledge and expertise he'd gained as an engineer in the BBC's sound engineering department to create his first loudspeaker, the BC1. This game-changing design quickly became the monitor of choice for broadcasters and recording studios worldwide.
Almost 50 years on, the influence of the iconic BC1 and its successors can be seen and heard in Spendor's range of distinctive, innovative loudspeakers. Spendor remains the reference standard for both discerning audiophiles and professional sound engineers, delivering a transparent, natural and musical sound that truly captivates you.
Award Winning Products
Three different product lines all offer the authentic Spendor listening experience, carefully tailored for different preferences, needs and budget. Our A-Line loudspeakers offer captivating performance in compact, elegant designs suitable for smaller spaces. Spendor Classic delivers an immersive listening experience that many listeners find missing in other speakers, whilst D-Line delivers resolution, accuracy and scale to bring out the best in high-performance audio systems.