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Audyssey Wireless Speakers Cut the Cords, Not the Volume

by Range

There are many desktop speakers out there, but most of them require that they be wired to your audio source. Audyssey’s latest desktop/bookshelf speakers are wireless. The speakers are supposed to provide better sound for this form factor, while still taking up minimal on your desk or shelf. The wireless capability you to place them optimally around your home office or bedroom without having to run cables to them.

audyssey wireless speaker bluetooth small desktop

Audyssey Wireless Speakers are Bluetooth-driven, and feature .75-inch tweeters, and four-inch passive radiators behind three-inch drivers. This strengthens low frequencies without the addition of a massive subwoofer. Peak SPL is a whopping 106 dB at 1 meter, meaning these should be plenty loud for most normal-sized rooms.

audyssey wireless speaker bluetooth small desktop

The speakers have a small button to pair them up with A2DP compatible Bluetooth devices. Once they are paired, they will reconnect with the device within a 30-foot streaming distance. From the looks of the back of them, they also support direct wiring as well. The design is minimal and neutrally-colored, so they’ll fit in almost any decor.

audyssey wireless speaker bluetooth small desktop

The Audyssey Wireless Speakers are available directly from Audyssey for $299.99 (USD) for a pair.

[via Cool Hunting]

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Comments (2):

  1. Max says:

    Is it known whether t can switch back and forth from sources, I have 3 computers in one area, and an Xbox 360, could I switch between each of them?

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