In 1849, Eduard Seiler began crafting pianos in Legnica. He had a grand vision: to produce pianos and grand pianos that would meet professional demands, but also open access to the world of music to everyone. Seiler’s business grew rapidly, but with the end of World War II, the company lost its production facilities and its headquarters in Legnica. However, the inherited knowledge from more than a century of experience in piano building was not forgotten, as Eduard Seiler’s great-grandson starts the production of Seiler pianos anew in 1945 – first in Denmark and from 1961 in the Franconian town of Kitzingen. Since then, SEILER has not stopped looking for ways to improve its instruments and adapt them to the needs of musicians. Steffen Seiler patents an unusual system in the field of repetition mechanics called Super Magnet Repetition, and later his development of the Seiler DuoVox system becomes a revolutionary.