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Now Stocking Geneva Radio's and Sound Systems


Geneva Labs

Geneva Classic S in our Wellington Showroom


Geneva Labs are a Swiss-based producer of modern, compact audio systems.


You can view their products on our website here: Geneva Labs


There's no shortage of all-in-one systems on the market, but Geneva stand above almost all the competition for their sleek modern designs that genuinely sound great.


We will be stocking their completely new range, including a battery-powered portable unit, as well as two sleek mains-powered units.


Geneva Classic M in Walnut Finish

The Geneva Classic S (Compact FM & Bluetooth system)


Classic S

The smaller unit in the classic series. The Classic S still packs a punch. With it's clear punchy sound, a stable Bluetooth input and decent FM reception, what's not to love about the Classic S?


Geneva Classic M in Gloss Red

The Classic M and Stand in our Wellington Showroom


Classic M

Larger than the Classic S, the Classic M sounds even better! It's perfect for anyone looking for one of the best-sounding radios or Bluetooth speakers in sleek, elegant and easy-to-use form. The Classic M is definitely worth having a listen to.


It's also relatively unique in that there is a discrete, well-engineered floorstand available (shown in the picture in our Wellington showroom).


Acustica Lounge

The Acustica Lounge is one of the best-sounding battery-powered Bluetooth speakers we have heard. This contemporary system features a suave leather finish with a polished aluminium top plate.


Geneva Classic S in WalnutGeneva Acustica Lounge Top PlateGeneva Acustica Lounge in Cognac LeatherGeneva Classic M in Gloss RedGeneva Classic M in Gloss Red
Geneva Classic S in Walnut

Geneva Classic S in Walnut


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