Opera Loudspeakers was founded in 1989, but its origins go back to the early 1980s, to an unusual but highly fruitful synergy between two cultures and two audiophiles, one Italian and the other English.
The first loudspeaker to bear the Opera name was called Caruso, and was the precursor of a series named in homage to the legendary voices of the lyric opera. Callas, Operetta and Divina soon followed, each gaining enthusiastic acclaim in the developed audio markets of the world.
Opera loudspeakers immediately appeared as a fusion between the old and the new: between traditional Italian craftsmanship in cabinet-making and the most advanced acoustic technology.
Every Opera loudspeaker, even the least expensive model, follows a tried and tested philosophy of design: the use of top quality materials allied to carefully applied basic principles of acoustic science.
The present range has been enlarged with the same ideals that fired our early creations, but with the important difference that Opera loudspeakers are now made more affordable, and so available to a much wider audience.
Today our loudspeakers are exported everywhere, from North America to the Far East, and new models are given relevant space in the most important hi-fi magazines.
Our commitment is to create a full line of top quality products, beautiful to see and to listen to. We hope you feel we have succeeded in this goal. Enjoy your music listening.
Opera Loudspeakers Website
| || STANDMOUNT LOUDSPEAKERS (3 models): |
| || - Callas - |
| || - Prima - |
| || - Mezza - |
| || FLOORSTANDING LOUDSPEAKERS (6 models): |
| || - Caruso - |
| || - Tebaldi - |
| || - Grand Callas - |
| || - Quinta - |
| || - Seconda - |
| || - Grand Mezza - |
| || CENTRE CHANNEL LOUDSPEAKER (1 model): |
| || - Centrale - |
| || LOUDSPEAKER STAND (1 model): |
| || - Loudspeaker Stand - |