Cambridge Soundworks



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Cambridge SoundWorks is one of America's first and largest factory-direct speaker companies. Founded in 1988 by Emmy Award-winner and Audio Hall of Fame member, the late Henry Kloss (founder of AR, KLH, and Advent), Cambridge SoundWorks provided affordable audio solutions, bypassing traditional AV dealers and selling direct through catalogues and in their own stores.

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The company was bought by Creative Labs in 1997 and for the past 10 years has gone on to deliver high performance, high value home and portable audio solutions featuring innovative technology, like the award-winning Creative X-Fi digital signal processing to improve the audio in home theater and gaming systems.

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