Wilson Audio is an American high-end audio loudspeaker manufacturing company, located in Provo, Utah, and was co-founded by the late David A. Wilson (1944–2018) with his wife Sheryl Lee Wilson in 1974. Until his death, David Wilson was Wilson Audio's Chairman of the Board and Sheryl Lee Wilson served as Vice Chair.
Daily operations at Wilson Audio are currently directed and managed by Dave Wilson's son and successor, Daryl C. Wilson, CEO and Korbin Vaughn, COO. David Wilson continued to work closely with Wilson Audio's R&D and Engineering team in product development until his last days.
Wilson Audio is known in the audiophile community as offering some of the most expensive speakers around. Prior to manufacturing loudspeakers, David Wilson was a staff writer at The Absolute Sound magazine. When Wilson Audio first began offering its products in the early 1980s, the highest priced small "monitor" speaker on the US market was $1,600 per pair; Wilson's small WATT speaker was introduced at $4,400 per pair.
Wilson Audio is also known for building highly rigid speaker cabinets. They construct their loudspeaker enclosures from non-wood materials such as phenolic resin composites and epoxy laminates, and the cabinets are painted using a high-gloss automotive process in a variety of colours.
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