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High-End loudspeakers for the premium home.
Marten have been reproducing music for the home for two decades. Our aim is to close the gap between the live and the home listening experience: letting you relive your finest musical moments. Our speakers are proudly designed and crafted in Sweden using exclusive technology and fine materials.
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The Marten Studio plays a big part in our design process.

Here, we record live music using our dual microphone set-up. What we learn from these sessions informs the design of our speakers – if you understand the recording process, you understand how to translate music faithfully.

Day-to-day, our state-of-the-art listening room is the perfect place to sit back and listen to music.

Models shown: Mingus Orchestra & Mingus Twenty. Room acoustics: SMT

Mingus Orchestra

The leader of the Mingus series features two Diamond drivers: an enhancement that gives pure and true sound. Employing our first order crossover, Mingus Orchestra is true to its name, offering you sound so real, you can picture the string section and feel the excitement of the crowd.

New for 2019

Oscar Trio

The floorstander of a new era of speakers: Oscar Trio offers true Marten sound at a competitive price. Bespoke drivers and a new build create detailed sound and real musicality.

New for 2019

Oscar Duo

The bookshelf speaker of the latest series is one of our finest to date. With a new build that uses custom drivers, Oscar Duo offers true Marten sound. Full of crisp detail, your music sounds exactly as it should.

New for 2019


To create natural sound, a good understanding of the science is vital. Our Coltrane and Mingus series combine first order crossover technology, with units that correctly align the acoustic centre. Managing distortion and time optimisation is key to the design process.

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