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‘Rithm’ Speaker is Misspelled but Looks Gorgeous

by Karen M.

Danish company Davone’s Rithm speaker combines top-quality sound with a parabolic work of art.

Davone Rithm Speakers

The speaker offers an 8-inch coaxial driver with a 1-inch dome tweeter placed in the center of the woofer. Davone claims that the many layers of glue and wood that build up the frame provide extra damping and reduce unwanted vibrations for superior sound quality.

Davone Rithm Speakers

The Rithm speaker comes in walnut, oak, or black stained oak to fit in with any decor. It’s 70 cm tall and there’s no pricing info so it’s probably in the “that costs how much?!!?!” range.

Davone Rithm Speakers

The US distributor is The Signal Collection if you want to check with them. You can see more pictures and read more about damping, tweeting, woofing, and whatnot at Davone’s website.

[via The Audiophiliac]



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