Davone Solo

The Solo takes a novel approach on designing a large high end floor standing loudspeaker. With optimal driver placement and clever internal acoustics, the Solo delivers a sonic picture that is open, detailed controlled and addictive. For the true connaisseur, the Solo is now also available with a beautiful Teak finish as shown on the right.

prefer Wireless?

With the Davone wireless module, the Solo can be transformed into a high quality wireless loudspeaker. But wireless is not just practical. The module also replaces the analog cross-over with a Digital Sound Processor (DSP) and connects the amplifier direct to the individual loudspeakers. A step up compared to analog loudspeakers.
The Davone Solo terminal detail

  • Wireless Optional

    With the Davone wireless module built in, the Solo becomes a full featured wireless loudspeaker ready to connect to your TV or stereo. Read more on our wireless page.

    Danish loudspeakers

    Three Danish designed loudspeakers with the latest technology ensure the Solo delivers on its promises: symmetric magnetic motor, solid aluminium basket, extensive venting, to name a few

    Controlled directivity

    By integrating the cabinet design, cross over and drivers, the Solo has a controlled directivity of sound, meaning the Solo is less critical to the listening room acoustics

    Hand build in Denmark

    Build by hand in the for Denmark typical small scale production adds a personal touch to each loudspeaker.

  • Select your veneer

    Vist the Factory and be there during the build. You will be able to select the veneer you like best

    Finely tuned cross over

    the elaborate 24 dB/oct Linkwitz - Riley cross over gives more upper mid range energy for a more open sound and improves the tweeter high power performance.

    Clean upper bass

    The acoustic design of the cabinet effectively reduces internal standing waves around 200Hz for improved clarity

    Solo design process

    From idea to design to tooling to first prototype. Read about the Solo design process in our insights section.

Wood veneer options

    Side panel walnut wood
    Quarter cut Walnut
    black painted ash side panel color
    Black ash
    black painted ash side panel color

Solo off-axis Response

When listening to a loudspeaker in a room, you are in fact listening to the sum of the direct sound and the sound that is reflected by the walls, ceiling and floor. Therefore it is important to control how a loudspeaker radiates the music into a room. Physics tells us that the larger a loudspeaker driver is compared to the wavelength, the more forward-only the sound will travel. And vice versa. For example, at the cross-over between a large mid-range driver and a tweeter, the mid-range radiates mainly forward and the tweeter radiates in all directions (the tweeter is smaller than the mid-range at the cross-over wavelength.) But this discontinuity in the off-axis response means that the reflected sound is not linear. Which in turn means that the sound you hear is not linear. It is distorted.

The graphs above shows the off-axis response for the Solo, from 0 degrees (forward) to 90 degrees (sideward), relative to the forward response curve. The Solo cabinet, drivers, membrane material and cross over together deliver a very smooth off-axis response for the Solo. This means the response in the room will be linear and music will sound as intended. On www.stereophile.com, many of the same loudspeaker measurements have been published for comparison (note, some only go to 45 or 60 degrees).

  • Frequency response

    30 - 22.000 Hz


    4 ohm, 2.5 ohm minimum at 450Hz @ 0 degrees


    89 dB/2,83V/m

    Recommended Amplifer power

    100-200 Watt


    8” , Geometrically reinforced aluminum cone, soft low damping rubber surround, rigid die cast alu chassis with extensive venting

    Mid range Driver

    4", Ceramic coated aluminium membrane, soft low damping rubber surround, optimized low distortion motor system

  • Tweeter

    1", Anodised aluminium dome, flow optimized vented pole piece with non-reflective chamber, saturation controlled motor system

    Cross over

    200 Hz, 2.2kHz, 24dB/Oct Linkwitz Riley


    Bass reflex/ Closed

    Cabinet Construction

    10 layer beech wood form pressed veneer with multiple internal stiffeners.


    30kg / piece

    Height / Width / Depth

    109 / 38 / 38 cm

    Current version



    Paul Schenkel