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Scandyna Drop Speakers: Did Aliens Leave These Behind?

by Paul Strauss
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Who says that speakers need to be boxy to sound good? With the release of their new Drop speakers, Spain’s Scandyna certainly disagrees.

Scandyna Drop Speakers

Looking like something out of an alien civilization, The Drop speakers are designed for those who like their speakers to make a bold visual statement. But these don’t just look good, each speaker is designed to handle up to 100 watts of power. Sensitivity is rated at 89dB, with frequency response is rated at -6dB at 50Hz and 22kHz. While they certainly don’t hit the very deepest frequencies, you can always pick up a subwoofer if you need that extra boom.

Measuring in around 20-inches high, their funky colored cabinets are custom molded from ABS (the same stuff is used to make Lego blocks and some tattoo inks.) Thanks to their hard plastic shells, they come color-infused in white, black, silver, blue, yellow or red. The Drop speakers retail for £549 (appx. $1095 USD) per pair.

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