Tivoli manufactures or has manufactured the following equipment (click to expand models list):Dynamic Speakers
Tivoli Audio web site (July 19, 2009):Tivoli Audio was created for one purpose - to bring beautifully designed, simple-to-use, high quality audio products to consumers at a fair price. The company was founded by Tom DeVesto, a highly respected innovator in the audio industry whose decades-long career includes senior management positions at Advent Corporation, Kloss Video and the co-founding of Cambridge SoundWorks. As CEO and head of R & D at his former company, Tom was responsible for the development of some of the best selling and most innovative hifi and multimedia speaker products available.
Our products represent a level of sound quality and fit and finish which is unequalled in their price range. Every Tivoli Audio product is manufactured in our own factory, which affords us exceptional quality control. Words cannot fully convey the experience of living with - and listening to - one of our radios, so we invite you to take advantage of our Risk Free 30 Days In-Home audition period. This is the only way to truly discover what makes our products so special. Please visit our website often for our latest news and reviews and feel free to contact us if you have questions.
All our products make elegant, distinctive gifts for Christmas, Father's Day, weddings, graduations, birthdays, housewarmings, and other special occasions.
Alan Works (February 13, 2005): Tivoli Audio was created to offer you high quality, yet very simple and affordable audio equipment. Tom Devesto, a distinguished audio-pioneer and founder of Tivoli once said: "The Model One Table Radio is so impressive, that I created Tivoli Audio just to sell it". The Model One is so successful because of it's improved tuner technology made by Henry Kloss, with whom Devesto worked for over 30 years.
Jamie Franks(June 6, 2008): Henry Kloss briefly went into retirement in 1996, but soon found himself co-founding another company, Tivoli Audio, with long-time associate and former Cambridge SoundWorks co-founder Tom DeVesto. There, he made the Model One (mono) and Model Two (stereo) table radios using MOSFET technology to increase selectivity; they have elements similar in appearance to his legendary KLH Model Eight radio mentioned earlier. The high-quality tuner combined with a good speaker arrangement led some reviewers to call these modern radios "Bose killers." However, the Cambridge SoundWorks Model 88 had used some similar technology, leading to a lawsuit between Cambridge and Tivoli Audio.
Kloss continued to work on other projects until his death in 2002 of a subdural hematoma. His home was sold to new owners, with the basement reportedly still full of Kloss' own personal electronics lab equipment, accumulated over a lifetime. The equipment was discarded as salvage.