Standard black finish with Light Torrefied Modified Ash

Product Details

The DeVille loudspeaker is an extremely high quality, compact, two way design made from sustainably harvested, solid Pennsylvania ash hardwood that has been torrefied (thermally treated for tone and stability.) It is the most powerful and efficient design possible for its size, using real professional drivers capable of much lower distortion and higher power handling.

Basically, the DeVille is like having a concert at home; you can turn up the volume far beyond any comparable loudspeaker. These are also the perfect speakers for home theater and gaming. Because when you want them to be loud they need very little power and they don’t run out of steam. We can provide you with a range of excellent options for an amplifier/wifi streamer or other source, but just about any amplifier will run the DeVille’s, from low powered tube to high power solid state.
The DeVille comes in standard black with natural, solid wood horn, top, and bottom; also offered in a wide range of finishes, including Farrow and Ball paints from England.

The DeVille is also available in a near limitless range of custom finishes. Shown here are antiqued leather, Japanese indigo dyed denim, and handmade Japanese washi paper. Other limited edition finishes will be offered periodically, and feel free to contact us if you want to create your own special version of the DeVille.


The DeVille SQ (Superior Quality) is the ultimate DeVille. The entire enclosure is made out of solid Pennsylvania ash, either natural (light color) or torrefied (roasted) in either light, medium or dark. The phase plug is cast from a 3D printed sand mold in solid bronze, then patinated, polished and lacquered. Internal wiring is solid silver, and the crossover components are the finest quality.


Torrefaction is a relatively new process that roasts wood in an oxygen free environment (so it does not catch fire.) Torrefaction removes water and changes organic chemicals inside the wood’s cell structure, resulting in an aged, darkened wood that is more stable and tonally improved. This process is now used by most of the world’s finest guitar makers (Martin, Gibson, Bourgeois for example). Fleetwood Sound uses torrefied ash to produce speakers with superior sound quality that are also more stable in a variety of environments.

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