"I really enjoy various Chill out [music] when I`m in need of stress release, and melodious rock and hard rock when I feel like stepping the energy up a little. I prefer vinyl because the sound is much more vibrant and 'alive'." - Karin Åsheim
Check out our full series of interviews with female DALI owners on our website. This week we talk with Karin Åsheim. Find a link in our bio.
"As a girl you are not supposed to be interested in technical things, and I guess to me the word 'hi-fi' does give a mental image of guys arguing over minor technical details. For me hi-fi is about what it adds to the joyfulness of my environment..." - Lotta Irene
Check out our full series of interviews with female DALI owners on our website. This week we talk with Lotta Irene. Find a link in our bio.
“I have a pair of DALI FAZON F5 in the front and a pair of FAZON MIKRO in the back. I chose these because of the clear sound and the unique design. They fit my livingroom perfectly and it’s great to have parties and friends here.” - Ann-Kristin Torgersen
Check out our full series of interviews with female DALI owners. This week we talk with Ann-Kristin - find the full interview via the link in our bio.
"With a tight budget and an expensive taste in sound I needed something to meet both criteria. [...] I landed on DALI OPTICON 2 [...] they have a depth that some of the other speakers were lacking..." - Anette J. Seljevold
We've launched a series of interviews with female DALI owners. Find the full interview with Anette via the link in our bio.
"The first album I put on, when I turn my turntable on, is Tom Waits’ 'Closing Time'. It’s so soothing and relaxing. Just puts me in the right state of mind for really listening to music." - Anette J. Seljevold
We've launched a new series of interviews with female DALI owners. This week we talk to Anette, who works in a hi-fi store. Find the full interview via the link in our bio.
"With vinyl, music ownership remains something tangible and transferable. I enjoy rummaging through crates, the thrill of a hunt and the wonderful sense of community. [...] Vinyl is forever." - Mina Stanojković (@nevolimruze)