Since the industrial revolution, Britain has been a cradle of invention. From railways connecting our cities, to the world wide web connecting our globe - Britain has taken pride in its part, in the development of many of the technologies that have transformed our lives. Even from the dawn of the technological revolution - from radio and television to the computer - Britain has played a key role.
It is our intention to continue this legacy by transforming the soundstage within public spaces, to a level of transparency and detail not thought possible.
We invite you to experience the manifestation of our desire to create the next generation of professional audio equipment.
It is our objective to ensure the listener is unaware of any equipment and be consumed by the immersive experience of the performance.
We are committed to creating amazing experiences. Those that ignite senses, stir passions, elevate intimacy, and connect the individual to the intrinsic qualities that have always been present within music.
We intend to redefine the expectations and demands of this industry which is one example of our ambitious vision. It reflects the single-minded determination in our aspirations, which push us forward to surpassing existing limitations.
Our approach to technology is always dynamic, never static. Rather than simply applying technologies in their existing forms, we see them as inspiring starting points for new developments.
Always projecting forward, we think creatively and laterally, re-working and re-imagining the latest advances whilst being the pioneers and developers of new propriety technology.
Passion makes us human. It also drives us to create amazing products. Although our engineering is highly technical and fuelled by innovation, when we are designing, building and testing new components, we put sensory experience first. For example - Is the experience moving? Does it ignite emotion?
Figures and technical specifications can matter, but ultimately what really counts for OPUS, is how our products affect those that listen and feel, to the emotion that music can create.
Grand Hall & Theatre, Scarborough