New Von Schweikert Audio VR -4 Anniversary Model

The acclaimed VR-4 Speaker System has been freshly updated with all-new technology and a very room friendly (small) size.

Von Schweikert Audio VR -4 Anniversary Model


To celebrate his 30th year as a research scientist in acoustics, Albert Von Schweikert has designed a new speaker system based upon a small floor standing cabinet and very high performance sound projection.

Since many audiophiles are looking for small speakers due to the new life style. small speakers are once again in vogue. However, many audiophiles do not like subwoofer/satellite speaker systems due to their lack of coherence and limited dynamic range.

With a foot print the size of a mini -monitor sitting on top of a stand, our new VR -4 Anniversary speaker system has full range frequency response to 25Hz and has astonishing dynamic range. Formerly called the VR -4 "JR," the new system is a cost -no -object design that pushes the envelope of size versus immense output. With a dipolar radiation pattern based on the characteristics of omni -directional recording microphones, the new VR -4 Anniversary speaker has an immense sound field and can play as loud as systems several times it's price point. Please visit our website to find out more!

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