The team of designers and developers

Lemay Audio

It seems I know how to surround myself well. With Michel Vanden Broeck, we’ve reached the pinnacle in amps and preamps, and now with Michael Wright (virtual) and Jocelyn Jeanson, another summit in speakers. My dreams are coming true, and I can share them with so much pleasure.

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Restorations and re-engineering

Like Michael Wright, Jocelyn built his first speaker at 15. Since then, the list of his achievements would make any audiophile jealous. He gave up dynamic speakers 20 years ago to devote himself to Acoustat electrostatics. He repairs, restores, and reconfigures extraordinary panels. Some weigh more than 1000 kg per pair. Eight years ago, he restored Dayton Wright XG-10s for a friend and realized it surpassed everything he knew. I noticed the same thing, and today it culminates with the Dayton Wright Hommage. A true craftsman-researcher, he patiently assembles and calibrates each Hommage. What a magnificent collaboration.

Tenor Audio

Michel Vanden Broeck, the brilliant designer of Tenor Audio, took advantage of a Covid hiatus to lend me a hand. Thanks to his phenomenal knowledge, he enables us to discover the true potential of Dayton Wright cells.

Modulum Audio

The anti-vibration platforms from Modulum Audio are all the rage. They are found in every Nagra audio show. His methods of controlling parasitic vibrations adapted to the Hommage yield surprising results.

Industrial Designer

For Patrice, simplifying a form as much as possible is the only way to achieve timeless beauty. Evident in the Tenor products and now in the Hommage, his perfectionism had impressed me in a previous personal project: Levélo