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Canalis Audio

Canalis loudspeakers are developed and manufactured by Spiral Groove in Berkeley. Founded in 2005 by Allen Perkins, Spiral Groove is a design and manufacturing firm dedicated to building high-performance audio products across a broad range of product types. Since its inception, Spiral Groove has been building world-class turntables and tonearms that have received numerous awards and accolades worldwide.

Building on more than 20 years of high-end audio design experience, Allen uses a development method he calls Balanced Force Design, the interaction between idealized design concepts, materials, and engineering possibilities are balanced in components that are pleasing to look at and operate, extremely reliable, and always convey the music. It's a balance of physics, engineering, science, art and intuition.

 

Anima

Anima

Anima Honey
The Anima is our most popular loudspeaker. The Two-way compact monitor-style speaker has been an audiophile standard for decades, thanks to its ability to present music in a coherent fashion, tonally and spatially. Designing a two-way loudspeaker is a two-edged sword: it can be a platform for a designer to show his or her mettle, or it can be a harsh and revealing sonic microscope, in that its relative simplicity (compared to multi-driver designs and their more complex crossovers and driver interactions) leaves no room to hide any sonic flaws.

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Cambria

Cambria
The Cambria is the latest design to come from Joachim Gerhard, and it challenges a few rules in loudspeaker design. Not that we're trying to be tricky. It's just that when advancements in technology happen, they can open doors that were previously thought to be closed.

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Allegra 2.0

Cambria
The Allegra 2.0 is our flagship model. The Allegra 2.0 was designed around the Anima and provided the inspiration to develop our CS products. To obtain our performance goals for the Allegra 2.0, Joachim Gerhard chose to separate the midrange/tweeter cabinet form the low frequency cabinet to both optimize and separate the two different functions from each other.

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