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Our early intervention in automotive audio and mobile public address systems!

Through the 1930’s/40’s

We become established as one of the most innovative designers and manufacturers of loudspeaker systems and audio components. We deliver public address systems for famous sporting and state events, as well as for the Ministry of Defence during the wartime.

Through the 1970’s

We become a key player in professional recording studio monitoring. Abbey Road Studio 2 installs Lancaster cabinets with Monitor Gold drivers. Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ is recorded on these monitors. We are acquired by Harman International Industries, and Guy R. Fountain retires. Production is relocated from London to Coatbridge, Scotland. The Super Red range of studio monitors launched to critical acclaim.

Through the 1980’s

With a growing reputation as the world’s best, countless legendary recording studios such as Abbey Road, Air and Decca take on our monitors. Vangelis composing the music to the blockbuster movie “Blade Runner” with the help of the Dreadnought monitor. TANNOY merges with Goodmans to form TANNOY Goodmans International (TGI).


TGI is acquired by Danish company TC ELECTRONIC to form TC Group.


TANNOY launches revolutionary Dual Concentric technology with latest generation CMS Series. MUSIC acquires TC Group and with it TANNOY to form a conglomerate of high-end brands and technology.

Current Status

TANNOY is the weapon of choice for musicians and industry pros alike. Grammy Award-winning mixing legend Tony Maserati has mixed countless hit songs and albums on TANNOY monitors for close to three decades now.


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