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The Vivid Audio team represents 4 decades of experience delivering products featuring more than just innovative engineering and bespoke parts

Their goal is to produce the world’s pre-eminent High-end loudspeaker systems.

Born out of the enthusiasm and drive of South African and British engineers, a new force in high-end audio has quietly been building ground-breaking technologies into a range of world-class loudspeakers. Almost every part of each Vivid Audio model is unique and not to be found in any other loudspeaker. No element is taken for granted; innovation and new methods of analysis are used to extract the highest levels of performance from every component. Vivid Audio takes pride in designing and assembling all their own drivers and making all speaker cabinets in-house.


Vivid Audio Giya Series

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Vivid Audio Kaya Series

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Vivid Audio Oval Series

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“I’ve enjoyed Vivid Audio’s Kaya 45s more than I have any speaker in recent memory. There’s no question in my mind that these are extremely special loudspeakers, and I don’t want them to leave.”
- soundstage ultra

“beautifully engineered and possessed of a wonderfully open and engaging sound, it’s hard not to like the new Kaya 90.”
- hifi news

“I've been doing high-end audio reviews for the last 20 years, and the Vivid Audio Kaya 90 is one of the most impressive products I have had the pleasure of reviewing. I will be very sad to see this pair go.”
+ home theatre review

"For the demands of my compact listening room, Vivid Audio’s Giya G3 is an essentially perfect pairing with my reference electronics from Ayre Acoustics -- a pairing I’ve now made permanent."
+ soundstage ultra

"Beyond their technical fancy and state-of-the-art design, it was the G1's sound which really stole the show. They are one of very few loudspeakers which convey the music whilst remaining amazingly uncoloured and detailed."
+ sixmoons

"In the parlance of the tennis world: game, set and match, as well as tournament and Grand Slam. The Vivid Giya G1s are definitely my new reference. In case that’s not clear enough, I bought the Vivid Giya G1 when this review was completed."
+ dagogo

“The Vivid Audio Giya G1 Spirit is surely one the most ‘complete’ loudspeakers ever to grace the hi-fi scene.”
- hi-fi news

“Kaya means ‘home’ in Zulu, the language of the people who build Vivid loudspeakers, I would happily give it some space in mine.”
- hi>fi+ | kaya 45

"Very rarely can cones and domes deliver the softness of real strings complete with the acoustic of the studio so effectively, and even less common is one that can go from soft to loud and back again in such immediate and effortless fashion."
+ hi>fi+ | giya g2

"The Vivid K1 is undoubtedly one of the finest speakers on the planet. Lord only knows how the Vivid Giya manages to improve on its performance."
+ hifi and av speakers

"Highly transparent, with excellent resolving abilities, they blend musically relevant detail with almost lush tone, credible texture, and dynamic and rhythmic coherence. If you have a big enough space, and love to feel the drive and power of your music, then you most definitely will get into the Spirit."
+ the absolute sound | giya g1 spirit

"But with the Oval B1 Decade in the bag and being produced in only a limited edition, I wonder what’s next for Vivid Audio. Will Dickie revisit another existing design to see how much it can be enhanced? Or will he design something entirely new, and push the envelope yet again? Whichever way he goes, it will take a lot to top what he’s achieved with the Oval B1 Decade. It and Vivid’s Giya G2 are the two best speakers I’ve ever heard."
+ soundstage hifi


+ Vivid Audio’s designer Laurence Dickie is famous for creating the original iconic B&W Nautilus loudspeaker


+ Coming Soon - two new additions to the Kaya Range, the S15 and C25