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The enclosures of loudspeaker systems are hand-painted by Lyudmila Gorbulya the top class master of Petrikovskiy painting, whose family has been passing the secrets of folk craft down through generations. The artist became a participant of the National Exhibition of the USSR which was held in France in 1986. And in 1992 she became a record-holder of the National Registry of Records of Ukraine for the largest ornamental ribbon decorated with Petrikovskiy handmade painting. By the way, in 2013 the traditional Ukrainian painting which history starts since 1794, included into the list of UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The loudspeaker systems VOLYA were designed and assembled under the leadership of Yevhen Kozhushko, the engineer with 25 years of experience in constructing and implementing advanced technologies. The considerable number of audio systems has been created during this time, as well as huge and invaluable experience in designing loudspeakers was accumulated.
Nowadays there is only one copy of loudspeaker systems VOLYA: Floor standing and Stand mount.
Further the sets will be custom-made only. Each will be assigned a personal serial number. The production time of one set is from 4 to 6 months, it results in time necessary for a master to make hand-painting and a production period of the loudspeakers by Accuton® Company (Germany) - the main provider of the components for VOLYA.
The manual work of Petrikovskiy master and high prime cost of the components affected the loudspeakers price which is estimated to be 120 000 euros