Digital Group Audio

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Digital Group Audio
Founded 2007 (2007)
  • Erik Groset
  • Robin DeFay
Headquarters 3125 Tiger Run Ct. Ste., 105 Carlsbad, California 92010
Products LiveSpeakr

Digital Group Audio, commonly referred to as DGA, is a privately held consumer electronics company based in Carlsbad, California.[1]


Founded in 2007 by Erik Groset and Robin DeFay, DGA began as an electronic hardware start-up focusing on portable audio solutions.

President Erik Groset, 25, has been recognized by Young Inventors International as a success story as well as being named to the list of San Diego’s 2010 Young Influentials.[2] Erik comes from a lineage of inventors including his great-grandfather, John P. Groset, who is credited with inventing the ice cream cone making machine.[3]

Vice President Robin DeFay, 26, spent five years as a professional poker player[4] before joining the venture. Robin attended California State University, San Marcos.

Awards and recognition[edit]


  • LiveSpeakr – Portable Speaker System
DGA's LiveSpeakr shown in landscape mode.
LiveSpeakr in landscape mode.

Trade Shows and Event Appearances[edit]