The suspension of disbelief
Goya means the suspension of disbelief that occurs in good storytelling. You can also name it:
A Story that feels like reality
Sit down in a cosy chair in front of our speakers, turn on the music and close your eyes.
When the music starts playing the speakers vanish and the music detaches from the speakers completely. You can hear the room of the recording in every detail and it feels like you are really sitting in that room. No matter if it is a big concert hall or a small jazz club.
Every musician is clearly audible at his position. The lead singer will stand in front of you. The speakers transport the music just like it was recorded. From deep, pounding basses to crystal clear and shiny highs. You will hear new details in music pieces and rediscover your favorite songs.
After listening to the music for hours and traveling from small clubs to big stadiums all around the world you open your eyes and you’re still sitting in your cosy chair.
This is the suspension of disbelief.
All for the music
Innovative high-end wireless loudspeakers for forward-thinking music lovers
Moajaza is the first product of Goya Acoustics and the name says it all.
We have put all of our knowledge and the best available technologies together to build this exceptional product.
An ultimate quality wireless speaker
a strong desire
Tamanna is the second series of Goya Acoustics.
This series steps up to our top model Moajaza. It has the same sound quality and the same wireless capabilities.
A reference quality wireless speaker
a rising star
Tulua is our third speaker series and the entry into the world of Goya Acoustics.
Tulua features the same sound signature as our other series and the same wireless capabilities at an more affordable price.
A rising star
the best sounding social project
The latest series from Goya Acoustics is something really special.
A natural design with the full technology and sound of Goya Acoustics.
But the speakers are even more:
- The materials are environmentally friendly
- All speakers are assembled by disabled people in Germany