CES 2017 was the occasion for the North American debut of Dynaudio’s Contour series of loudspeakers. There are four models in this range, all manufactured at Dynaudio’s newly expanded R&D and manufacturing facility in Skanderborg, Denmark. According to Dynaudio’s Michael Manousselis, the new Contour models utilize a new Finite Element Method-optimized woofer construction, and have completely redesigned midrange and bass drivers, with the tweeter representing a further development of the famed Esotar2 soft dome. The model being demonstrated was the Contour 60 ($10,000/pair), the flagship of the range. The system included an Octave preamplifier and monoblock power amps, with a Moon by Simaudio DAC. Manousselis played an audiophile favorite, Jazz at the Pawnshop—as a Scandinavian recording, it seemed a very fitting choice to play on Scandinavian speakers—and I was particularly struck by the Contour 60’s delicate but revealing rendering of the treble.