18th September 2015 and there’s a new kid on the block

A very warm welcome to a small audio company with a huge difference… 

  • Inspirational - innovative 
  • Professional - passionate 
  • Accessible - accommodating
  • Adept – accomplished
  • Friendly – fun

If you’re a design conscious music lover, prepare to have your ‘boat rocked’ big time!

Welcome to Tutti Audio. From this point forward we promise that you’ll see and hear music differently.

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Rigorous Design Copyright Protection 

Grab a brochure or browse our website and you'll soon realise just how imaginative and appealing our products are. You'll also note that Tutti Audio is an active member of ACID (Anti Copying In Design). We fully support the ethos; Commission it, don't copy it!

ACID is a contemporary trade association actively promoting best practice by assisting its members in the protection and full exploitation of their intellectual property rights. The organisation is committed to fighting IP theft and determined to create a safer trading environment in order for creative industries to flourish. ACID is intent on changing the current culture that it is OK to steal ideas and free ride on another person's design equity. 

The Allure of valves and Vinyl by Tutti Audio's Bob Amos

There is an undeniable human connection with vinyl that you just don’t get with downloads. You can enjoy owning an album. Unlike a download it’s a tangible thing of beauty; colourful, informative and collectable.

Thanks mainly in part to nostalgic parents, younger generations are waking up to how much better music sounds when played on vinyl. Unsurprising when you consider that although technology has run rampant for the past 2 to 3 decades, sound quality hit the buffers. A surreal, virtual world of soulless downloads quickly gained the upper hand - quantity won at the expense of quality and convenience.

Switch on a valve amplifier and you actually see it gradually come to life. First the glow from the valves heaters as the warmth starts to permeate. Then there’s the sound. Devoid of ‘listening fatigue, valves, like analogue recordings, have a more full-bodied sound than transistors with a ‘roundness’ that arguably solid-state gear never equals.

CD’s, radio, streamed music and dare we say it, even MP3 files sound less harsh and more ‘rounded’ when played through a valve amplifier.
We believe the time for vinyl and valves has come around again. After all, there’s something theatrical and cool about putting a record on. Tutti’s sensational Contemporary Stereogram exploits this theatre to the full, lid open or closed.