1991 was the year that I found a source of free speaker components. Bowers & Wilkins Loudspeakers Ltd. (B&W) research and development skip in Steyning, West Sussex, England. It is the why and when of how I began experimenting with the construction of loudspeakers. My intuitive knowledge of acoustics told me that sound waves worked better in round cabinets because of the lack of flat surfaces and sharp edges. Here I started to develop my concepts of curved speaker enclosures and learning about the materials that could make them.
I also had a vision and an absolute passion for music.
The mission of Blue Room Loudspeakers was to redefine traditional speaker aesthetics and to reproduce superb sound quality while creating objects and experiences that inspired emotional attachment through the love of using them.