“I submit you should own a pair of Marlows, and build a system around them.” – TONEAudio magazine


Jordan Marlow and Greenwich placed side by side.


We make loudspeakers. Nothing else.

Jordan Marlow

A new, compact loudspeaker combining a traditional-looking, furniture-grade cabinet with the latest in materials and techniques to provide a sound that is anything but retro. It is a modern, audiophile loudspeaker which is sophisticated, natural and, above all, musical.

Jordan Marlow EV

The standard Marlow refined further, featuring pure copper binding posts and a special frequency balancing circuit.

“Playing the Marlows after the (Eikona) TL Arrays words like “very impressive” and “sophisticated” were used. Despite their diminutive size (think LS3/5a) they threw up a huge soundstage equal in height, depth and width to the Arrays. Not surprisingly, the only real difference was in the bass output but all of us were amazed at how much bass the little Marlows could produce – remember we were sat quite some distance from the speakers.” – Ian at LencoHeaven.net

Jordan Greenwich

A larger, twin-Eikona stand-mount loudspeaker with double the power handling and dynamic range.

“The sound in this room was much bigger than the modest speakers would have had you think.” HiFi Pig 2022 NW Audio Show Report

Jordan Greenwich speakers shown in walnut veneer

Jordan Eikona

An advanced, full-range drive unit. Designed by us and using proprietary technology and our unique Controflex™ alloy cone, it is capable of reproducing music with an uncanny realism, without the need for additional woofers, tweeters or hi-fi artifice.



“Being a single driver speaker with no crossover to muck things up, the clarity and transparency are crystal clear and uncoloured. The stereo image and focus, even with just a few feet between the speakers, is superb. The midrange – particularly vocals and solo instruments like piano – has an amazing clarity and naturalness.” – Customer testimonial


Marlow & Greenwich images by Dayve Ward Photography

Eikona image by Jonathan Keenan Photography