Audio Physic



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Audio Physic was founded 20 years ago in Germany. Audio Physic adheres to the concept of "No loss of fine detail" in its loudspeaker products.

Take for example the Audio Physic Cardeas. They're 47" tall, weigh 121 pounds, and are rated at 25 Hz to 40 kHz. On the other end of the spectrum there's the Audio Physic Yara II Compact, which are 12" tall, 10 lbs bookshelves rated at 55 Hz to 40 kHz.

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Audio Physic speakers have won awards from German, European, and International publications and websites. In the US distribution is through Goerner Communication.

Similar companies include Canton, Burmester, MBL, Dynaudio, and Vienna Acoustics.

Email: info@audiophysic.de


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