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|Founded||Montreal, Canada, 1987|
Totem Acoustic was founded in 1987 by Vince Bruzzese, also the company's chief designer.
After two years of research, Totem released its first small-volume box design loudspeaker, the Model One in 1989. This was the company's only model in the early years. In 1992, the Tott, the Rokk, and the Mani-2 were launched.
Totem loudspeakers have been designed to exhibit liveliness and spaciousness[clarification needed] of the sound of live music. This is in part attributed to the boro-silicate material (similar to that used on the space shuttle) used to damp the insides of the cabinets, and partly due to the attention paid to the crossover components.
- Arro - floor-standing speaker
- Sttaf - floor-standing speaker
- Hawk - floor-standing speaker
- Forest - floor-standing speaker
- Wind - floor-standing speaker
- Mite - miniature bookshelf speaker
- Model 1
- Mani 2 - isobaric bookshelf speaker
- Dreamcatcher Monitors
- Storm - Subwoofer
- Thunder - Subwoofer
- Shaman - floor-standing speaker
- Rainmaker - bookshelf speaker
- Audiophile Theater: Totem Acoustic Dreamcatcher 5.1, Home theater magazine, February 21, 2002