From our great passion for music, and from our enthusiasm for realistic sound reproduction which never ceases to impress, today a new instrument is born, an instrument of the highest fidelity among high fidelity music reproduction. The idea was to find a new and innovative way to embody a dipole-charge and compression driver horn loudspeaker; that idea today has a name: Caput Mundi. The initial project, modified and updated during its development by our research and the help coming from passionate friends, has evolved into a real one-of-a-kind status. Realism and dynamic range of these loudspeakers, in every frequency, is what impresses most, and listening to them creates the emotional involvement that we like to call a “sound event”. Caput Mundi is a hand made loudspeaker, assembled piece by piece. Looking at it and analysing it, we can truly say that nothing has been left unaddressed, from its exterior aesthetics and design to its engineering properties which all converge to create its superior sound quality. Its design, so light, dynamic and almost organic has been penned by Ino Piazza, famous interior designer and architect planner, who brought his touch of genius to transform what was raw material into a real “instant classic”. Caput Mundi is offered in a variety of finishes, and is completely customizable on upon request. Even if its “habitat” changes over time, Caput Mundi can easily switch its faceplates to better integrate itself with any furnishing. It really can be the right loudspeaker for everyone. Its top-notch craftsmanship and design make for a very exclusive item. Innovative materials (CLAD58 and CORIAN®), used for the first time in such a project, magnify its acoustic potential (based on dipole charge and horn technology) and produce a clear and dynamic sound that fascinates the listener. Today, requirements for a serious loudspeaker system range from classical music to hard rock, and no better speaker can handle it all than Caput Mundi – truly one of the best systems available. We had an idea, started to believe in it and developed it, giving heart and soul to our passion. We did it because we believe in music and because we believe in emotion. Is Caput Mundi all about this? We think so.