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Dynaudio is a Danish loudspeaker maker, founded in 1977. Dynaudio builds speakers using only their own drivers. Dynaudio has a subsidiary called Dynaudio Acoustics that focuses on professional studio monitor loudspeakers. Dynaudio speakers are installed in more than ten thousand recording studios worldwide and have been chosen as reference monitors by BBC Radio & Music. Dynaudio has been the OEM audio supplier to Swedish automaker Volvo Cars Corporation and is today the supplier for German automaker Volkswagen. Volkswagen vehicles followed Volvo by employing Dynaudio as its OEM speaker maker, but not all Volkswagen models come equipped with Dynaudio Sound Systems.
Bugatti has also employed Dynaudio as their OEM audio supplier. Bugatti's Dynaudio system is called The Puccini Sound System.
Dynaudio has also worked with computing OEM Micro-Star International in producing the sound system for their GX660 notebook range, released in 2010. During this time it was allegedly the best audio system available in a notebook computer.
Dynaudio purchased the Danish audio company AM3D A/S in December 2015.
The pro audio division of the company, Dynaudio Professional, focuses on recording studio loudspeaker equipment such as studio monitors. In 1999, Dynaudio became partners with TC Electronic. Some major recording studios that use Dynaudio Professional products are Air Lyndhurst, NRG Studios, and The Hit Factory. Record producers Mike Hedges, Trevor Horn, Steve Lipson, and Mutt Lange do as well. Tom Holkenborg states, "For monitoring my stereo and surround mixes I rely on my Dynaudio Acoustics AIR 25 midfield systems." 
- "Dynaudio acquires innovative audio company" (Press release). Dynaudio. December 14, 2015. Retrieved April 8, 2018.
Dynaudio speaker inside a Volkswagen Tiguan
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