Vision, Hard Work, Innovation and a Commitment to Excellence.
These are the elements which have allowed us to achieve our mission of creating audio and video systems that provide a lifetime of excitement and discovery. They are the commitment of our team to all Ayre owners, ourselves, to the legacy of our founder Charley Hansen, and his vision for what is possible to achieve in musical reproduction.
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Hi-Fi News reviews the Ayre KX-5/VX-5 Twenty
This is a stellar pre/power duo in which the musical rewards justify both the asking price and the complexity of the design. Above all, the music flows freely with natural, unforced dynamics and an exceptionally natural sense of rhythm and timing. While the VX-5 offers ample power, the KX-5 pre is easy to use with well
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Ayre Acoustics’ QX-5 Twenty is one of the finest-sounding, most versatile digital audio products I have had the pleasure of using.-John Atkinson, Stereophile
FOUNDER : CHARLES HANSEN
Charles Hansen founded Ayre Acoustics in 1993, following his success as a speaker designer and founder of Avalon Acoustics. Charley’s passion for absolute truth in sound reproduction led him on a 25-year endeavor at Ayre to design audio and video systems that provide a lifetime of excitement and discovery.
Charles Hansen passed away on November 28th, 2017. Those who knew Charley knew that he was a passionate man who always stood up for what he believed to be right. His spirit and his mission of creating and manufacturing the best sounding audio equipment in the world lives on in the team at Ayre.
QX-8 Digital Hub Review
Read the latest review of the QX-8 Digital Hub on darko.audio by Steven Plaskin! I found the QX-8 Digital Hub to be a serious contender in the high-end DAC marketplace that allowed me to fully enjoy my music library with exceptional tonal neutrality and impressive resolution. Read the...
KX-5 Twenty & VX-5 Twenty Audio Video SA Review.
"Music that you thought you knew well sounds fuller, more vibrant, more ‘real’. There’s a purity of purpose, an emotive accessibility that is all centered around the music, and not at all about the hi-fi." -- Deon Schoeman, AVSA Full Review