Taking the concept of an unrestricted sound with no loss of dynamics from less power input beyond the existing borders, the founder of Audiovector Ole Klifoth and his design team has now realized a dream of crafting a high-end reference speaker from which all other speakers could be measured for their sound quality. Defined to be the culmination of lifetime’s listening, the uncompromised speaker Audiovector R11 Arreté has been designed to produce the ultimate listening experience. Built upon a foundation of experience, the R11 Arreté in essence are the pinnacle of 30 years’ of research, engineering, and listening experience, which boasts ultra-advanced technology and finishing, from titanium to aircraft-grade aluminum and 24K carat gold plating for anti corrosion treatment. Audiovector R 11 Arreté Reference Speaker Audiovector R 11 Arreté Reference Speaker for Whom Cost is no Object On the technical end, the R11 Arreté reference speaker features bipolar radiation characteristics to achieve a better relationship between the sound and the space around, while the eight ultra-linear sub-woofer drivers at the rear delivers the sound an effortless weight. Audiovector R 11speaker Further, the teardrop shape is the design’s core principle, allowing the non-parallel lines to eliminate all internal resonance, and reduces the need for excessive damping. Notably, the ultra-strong carbon-fibers are also an important ingredient in the membranes. The corners screws too are made from magnetic stainless steel. Audiovector R 11 Arreté Reference Speaker for Whom Cost is no Object In short, the R11 Arreté has been described as the most ambitious Danish speaker ever, which will set the standard for Audiovector for the next 10 years. Audiovector R 11 Arreté And, for those who wish for the best, the $207,000 R11s can now also be built to order, with bespoke finishing options, including red piano finish. The R11 comes in Madrona Burl Veneer covered with 12 layers of high gloss lacquer . We interviewed Ole Klifoth, the CEO and Chief Engineer of Audiovector, who started Audiovector 30 year ago, back in 1979 to build the audio of his dreams.