4 Cool Technology Ltd 4 Cool Technology Ltd


4 Cool Technology design, develop and produce a number of high performance electronic products for a global audience. Azatom brand is a UK-based high-tech company owned by 4Cool Technology Ltd which specialises in creating innovative speaker systems and high-end partner products for iPads, iPhones, iPods and other Tablets and Smartphones. 

Using the latest software and equipment they tune speakers and use studio space to create the best sounding systems at their respective prices. Unlike many other companies, 4 Cool Technology Ltd are able to produce superior sound quality through using their DSP (Digital Sound Processing) microchips, which they have evolved and ‘tuned’ with extensive studio testing. 




Discovery 2
William Armstrong Way
County Durham
TS21 3FH


0800 644 0844


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