This Canadian company is located in a suburb of Toronto. It is known for the production of professional sound equipment, mixing tables, studio monitors or active and passive speakers. The company produces transistor and tube combos under the Traynor brand. It also owns the New York company of ART (Applied Research and Technology), renowned for its production of high-quality sound and studio equipment.
All Yorkvill products can be honestly called professional products. They are made of very high-quality materials and internal components, making sure they provide optimal sound quality for live shows and for studio work.
It is no surprise. The history of the company dates back to 1963, when the first bass combo, Traynor Dyna-Bass, was introduced. Within tex years, the company products started to be exported to Europe. Company position on the market further improved with the introduction of the AudioPro amplifier series towards the end of the 1980’s.
The company became a part of the history of the audio industry in 2003 with the introduction of the revolutionary horn Unity, which represented the biggest single structural change in the production of speakers during the last sixty years. The company is still privately owned. It has two hundred twenty employees and it keeps spouting innovative and, most of all, reliable products to the market.