Unity Audio is a Canadian company with a passion for music that goes back a long way – way back to 1969!
My name is Omer Humayun, a Canadian-born Australian/Pakistani with an educational background of computer science and electronic technology. My passion lies in music, which had me start a DJ service company in 1985. Later on, I naturally branched out into music recording. The company soon migrated into audio retail through a new umbrella called OZ Enterprises and started marketing its own creations in 2005 under the Unity Audio brand. I started with cables, “my labor of love” as I called them, plus the floor-standing Spirit speaker designed to be reasonably priced and very tube friendly”. Then the Whitewater bookshelf speaker was introduced at FSI in Montreal later that spring.
Fast forward to the present, with cable products using solid core copper conductors with plenty of glowing reviews, and the birth a new range of condo friendly loudspeakers using high efficiency full-range drivers made from wood composite fibers.
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6Moons.com speaker review
Wallofsound.ca review on the Inner Soul standmount speakers
Audioreview.ca review on the Richmond floorstanding speakers
Audioreview.ca review on the Inner Soul standmount speakers
HifiHaven.org thread on the Inner Soul standmount speakers
Inner Soul v2 user review/comments on Canuck Audio Mart
User feedback on the Richmond floorstanding speakers:
The most succinct and telling analysis I can offer for the Richmonds is that I forget about them most of the time and just enjoy the music itself. They are not as dynamic as the $30K Acapella horn speakers I listened to at TAVES a year back, nor as captivating in midrange female vocals as the $20K Voxatives at the Vancouver Audio Show this year. Still, for sheer musicality the Richmonds offer an incredible value for the dollars spent.
I have also noted that treble and bass extension from the Richmonds is very source dependent. A good source (SACD) will be very satisfying at both ends. The midrange though is quite satisfying regardless of the source.
I wil also be able to offer you a direct comparison a little later with the Rethm Maargas, a used pair of which I just purchased via CAM. I think the Richmonds and the Maargas will form the core of my musical enjoyment for the foreseeable future. - Mateen R, Saskatoon SK
Solid Link consumer review
Speaker cable comparison consumer reviewUnity Audio Review: Speaker cable, Interconnect, power cable
Solid LInk vs Basic link
6Moons.com cable review
Stereomojo.com cable review
Audioreview.ca review of the Solid Link
Audioreview.ca review of the Solid Link Shotgun
6Moons.com cables and cords
Solid Link consumer review
Wallofsound.ca review on the Solid Link v2 interconnect and Solid Link AC cable