上海尊宝音响有限公司，成立于1999年,是国际著名的音响品牌丹麦尊宝（ Jamo ）、美国杰士（ Klipsch ）和加拿大米拉奇（ Mirage ）的中国区独家总代理。十多年来，我们致力于发展成为中国最专业的进口音响品牌代理商。
The Jamo? brand?owned by Klipsch Group, Inc.?bases all of its audio products, speakers and electronics alike, on the Danish design tradition of style, simplicity and functionality. For Jamo, it's not just about delivering great sound; it's about how a product integrates into a living space.
Through the years, Jamo has received widespread recognition for creating products with a unique "Danish Sound." What does that mean? Jamo views it as a balance that can be best described as open, clear, coherent and undeniably musical.
Just as important, however, Jamo products are designed and engineered to continue the proud Danish traditions of beauty and practicality. For centuries, the Danes have been known for their natural aptitude when it comes to architecture, construction and design. It's an essence that's reflected in the contemporary, yet timeless, look of Jamo's creations. Often, Jamo works closely with imaginative and quality-conscious product visualizers, such as Smedegaard & Weiss, an award-winning female design team. This highly respected Danish duo is internationally known for their ability to combine technical excellence with an intuitive feel for consumer demand.
Operating in over 80 countries, Jamo sees itself as a provider of custom-designed entertainment, one that understands and reflects the different ways in which the world listens. Its mission is to bring unique and memorable sonic experiences into your home. Whether you want music in the kitchen, the living room or on the terrace; whether you desire two-channel stereo or a surround-sound system, Jamo has an ideal solution for you.
Klipsch Group, Inc., headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, oversees business operations for the Jamo?, Klipsch?, Mirage? and Energy? speaker brands and distribution companies worldwide. This technology powerhouse is focused on leveraging its highly acclaimed product lines to offer a unique and powerful single supply source for its retailers, distributors and contractors globally.
The Jamo? brand bases all of its audio products on the Danish design tradition of style, simplicity and functionality. After all, it's not just about delivering great sound; it's about how a product integrates into a living space.
Preben Jacobsen, a skilled carpenter with a broad knowledge of acoustic technology, begins building speakers in a small henhouse in the fishing village of Glyngore, Denmark.
Preben Jacobsen discovers that selling speakers is not his strong suit. Therefore, he brings his brother-in-law Julius Mortensen, an experienced salesman and exporter, into the mix and Jamo is born. The Jamo name was created using the first two letters of their surnames.
Jamo builds its first production facility in Glyngore, Denmark.
Jamo exhibits at IFA in Berlin?the world's biggest trade fair?for the first time.
Jamo's millionth speaker rolls off the production line.
Jamo establishes its first subsidiary in Germany, with Jamo U.S. to soon follow.
Jamo receives the HM King Frederik IX export award.
Jamo begins exporting its products to Central and Eastern Europe, with Poland being the first of the new markets.
Jamo is the first loudspeaker manufacturer in the world to be ISO 9001 certified.
Jamo celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Jamo becomes the largest loudspeaker manufacturer in Europe. The Jamo 7s is also launched.
While Jamo is listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange, the Danish-French Trade Association names Jamo France the best Danish company in France. The SiD labor union rates Jamo the second best place to work in Denmark.
The Concert 8 is named "Loudspeaker of the Year" in Europe.
In addition to celebrating 30 years in business, Jamo sells more than 11.5 million speakers around the world.
Jamo introduces "Let's Get Personal" marketing strategy.
Norwegian venture fund Audio Holding purchases more than 90 percent of all Jamo shares.
Jamo enters the complete sound solution market, introducing the world's first DVD receiver with DivX playback and PAL/NTSC progressive scan.
Jamo returns to its roots, repositioning its brand as "Danish Sound Design." In February, Klipsch Audio Technologies purchases Jamo International as a way to accelerate its global growth and establish a more competitive, cost-efficient company.
While Jamo enters the iPod? speaker category with the launch of its compact i300 system, its flagship R 909 tower receives great reviews from all over the world and is named the "Best High-End Loudspeaker of the Year" in Europe.
Jamo celebrates its 40th anniversary. Following the success of the flagship R 909, Jamo introduces a slightly smaller, more affordable version called the R 907. Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry builds an entire eco-friendly home and chooses Jamo speakers, because of their efficiency and great design, to be part of a whole-house audio solution for this unique project.
Jamo launches the A 800 series, a complete new line of Aesthetic speakers with great success. Included in this series is SUB 800, a high performance subwoofer in a very small cabinet. The Studio series adds beautiful new finishes and the S 420 series is launched. The Custom series is updated and technologies are enhanced.
The D 500 THX Select2 and D 600 THX Ultra2 make their debuts along with the A 101 and A 200 Aesthetic speakers. The popular A 102 relaunches with the new SUB 210 subwoofer, a high gloss white S 606 system is added to the Studio line, and several subwoofers models are updated. This year also marks the return of the Research and Development department to the old Jamo factory in Glyngore.
In addition to Jamo's beautiful designs, cutting-edge technology is an essential element of its products. You'll find that Jamo has engineered several proprietary technical platforms that make its critically acclaimed "Danish Sound Design" possible.
WaveGuide is the unique way Jamo has shaped the tweeter's faceplate. This exclusive technology helps control the speaker's sound pattern, creating a more open and dynamic listening experience. It is also a design that makes it easier to position Jamo speakers in a room.
Hard Conical Cone (HCC)
HCC technology enables the driver to reach far beyond the midrange frequencies before any significant cone break-up occurs. The material's rigidity and membrane's conical shape ensure the unit creates clear, detailed sound with very little distortion.
The Centre-Plug replaces the traditional dust cap, making the cone both lighter and more responsive. It also cools the voice coil, resulting in higher power handling and stable sound reproduction when the speaker is being played at an increased volume.
Decoupled Tweeter Technology (DTT)
This mounting system prevents unwanted cabinet vibrations that can cloud sound. By decoupling the tweeter from the rest of the speaker, vibrations transmitted from the front baffle to the tweeter are reduced by more than 20dB. In other words, it creates high frequencies that are uncommonly detailed and realistic.
The synergy of design and technology has been at the core of the Jamo brand since its inception. From the modern art look of the Graphic speaker to the performance of the latest generation of in-wall and in-ceiling speakers, every product accurately reflects Danish sound and design.