Developing sound production equipment is the underlying aim of the creation of speakers, and as with musical instruments, Diapason products benefit from the processes, technical solutions and methods used to produce natural sounds in traditional Italian instrument making.
Be it the tuning phase to complete the production phase, or woodworking techniques to create the cabinet, each product benefits from craft techniques, in terms of pace, time and attention to detail.
This results in prestige models that reproduce live-sounding performances thanks to their unique features.
Wood occupies a key role in the process.
Cabinetmakers at Diapason use woodworking techniques that have been passed down through the generations.
These include methods inspired by Italian cabinetmaking tradition and the production of gondolas by Venetian experts, such as the installation of staves to emphasise the properties of the wood, and the use of cotton mesh inside cabinets to optimise the construction and stability of different parts.
The finished cabinet illustrates this dedication not only by enabling pleasant sounds, but also by being pleasant to smell and touch, through the attributes and grain of the solid wood, which is a living material continually moving and communicating with its environment.