Peak "El Diablo"
Peak "El Diablo"

90 Kilograms Heavy and with Selected Components

Peak Shows New Top-Of-The-Line speakers "El Diablo"

After Dynaudio founder Wilfried Ehrenholz – who sold the company some time ago – recently became the new co-owner of the Danish brand Peak, he uses the High End to show the new flagship speakers "El Diablo".

Read more about the new owners and the inital announcement for the new speakes here.

The company Peak has existed for more than 20 years, but is little known outside of Scandinavia thus far. As the manufacturer has its own carpentry workshop, the cabinets are correspondingly elaborate. The top model "El Diablo", which weighs around 90 kilograms and costs just under 55,000 euros a pair, has a 14-mm-thick layer of real wood on a 35-millimeter HDF core.

According to Peak, the crossover components are extremely selected and mounted in rubber to reduce vibrations. As also previously announced, Peak also shows two smaller floorstanding speakers whose drivers also come from Audio Technology and ScanSpeak.

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