Lowther DX Series

Enjoy crystal-clear highs, rich mids, and deep lows in a compact design. Elevate your listening experience with the DX series.

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full range speakers

The DX Range

Explore more depth and range of sound with the Lowther DX Series, featuring five handcrafted, full-range speaker drive units, including the DX2, DX3, DX4 (all 8"), and the more compact DX55 and DX65 (5"). Central to this series is the use of neodymium magnets, a key component in delivering the renowned Lowther DX sound that has captivated music enthusiasts for decades.

The Lowther DX2

The DX2

8" Full-Range Driver

The Lowther DX3

The DX3

8" Full-Range Driver

The Lowther DX4 Phase Equaliser

The DX4

8" Full-Range Driver

The Lowther DX55

The DX65

5" Full-Range Driver

Our Trade-in Discount is Available on All New Drive Units
Every new DX drive unit is available with a trade-in discount. Upgrade your audio experience by trading in your old Lowther drive unit and receive a discount on your new purchase. Choose trade-in on the order form or if you are ordering by phone just ask when you contact us.

Handmade in England

At the heart of every Lowther loudspeaker are our drive units, each one handcrafted in our Norfolk workshop in the United Kingdom. Our skilled craftsmen, custodians of a legacy that stretches back to Voigt and Donald Chave, create these components with unparalleled dedication and skill.

Each drive unit is a product of generations of expertise, with every skill and technique carefully passed down and honed. From the precise cutting of materials to the expert assembly and fine-tuning of every unit. This painstaking attention to detail ensures that each drive unit not only meets but exceeds the high standards of quality and performance synonymous with Lowther.

The result is not just a component of a speaker system but a piece of Lowther's rich heritage, embodying the warmth, authenticity, and acoustic excellence that can only come from hands that have mastered their craft over decades.

Watch a video where we talk to John Howes, owner of the Lowther Voigt Museum.

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