Synonymous with exceptional quality, resilience and innovation, Volt speakers can be heard in some of the planet’s most prestigious recording studios and venues: Abbey Road, BBC’s Maida Vale and The Royal Opera House to name a few.Our loudspeakers have consequently been used in the recording of countless albums and soundtracks that have shaped the face of popular music today – Stevie Wonder, Prince, Kraftwerk and many more.Our philosophy is simple: Music is a universal language and we believe that it should be translated from musician to listener as honestly as possible.In 1978, David Lyth founded Volt to design and produce exceptionally linear bass loudspeakers. Initially, quantity production of loudspeakers began in the Jordan-Watts premises in Hayes, London. Production growth in the hi fi and studio sectors increased and subsequently Volt moved to the fourth floor of the original EMI factory – a fitting location for a loudspeaker manufacturer.
During the 80s, Volt responded to market demand for PA drivers, fiberglass horns and pressed steel units from both national and international clients. To complement the drive units, it started to manufacture inductors focusing on air and E core then later ferrite core types.Therefore, the performance and quality of all our products must be state of the art. In order to achieve this we set ourselves apart from other manufacturers through our commitment to innovative product design.