"The third reason for the Vintage Oslo was the ongoing pandemic lock-down. Many people spend more time at their computer desk now, even orthodox audiophiles. Music was, is and will continue to be a very important human need. That becomes even more so when we spend so much time on the computer trying to stay connected. Shouldn't we now enjoy music in the best possible way? I provided test samples of the Vintage Oslo to my friends of our regional Krakow Sonic Society where we typically focus on just the most elite of products. Even for these die-hard owners of very upscale systems, my small speakers created a lot of satisfaction. Their impressions can be found here."

"Finally there was this kind of nostalgia. Personally I'm old school to love classic designs. Looking at a Mini or Fiat 500 automobile, a Leica CL camera or Tivoli Radio One, I touch times long past when products were still created by skilled craftsmen one manual step at a time. Simultaneously I want modern tech inside and an easy trouble-free experience."

"The same trend is apparent in our modern media marts. We see many imitations of the classics made of nasty plastics which sound just tragic. They're cheap uninspired copies, not originals like a Fiat 500, Mini – or Vintage Oslo."

"Though made in 2020, this is still a true hand-crafted product of mainly Polish parts. As the most important contributor to the classic DNA, the cabinet is built 1950's style. We asked Szymon Nowak of the Aions speaker house to supervise our production so every box is made with personal attention by people who know traditional woodworking and hifi production."

Jarek on a synthesizer outputting to the Vintage Oslo.

to be continued…