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Danish company Davone’s Rithm speaker combines top-quality sound with a parabolic work of art.
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.
Ok, they only cost more than a “low-end” Ferrari, say an F430 — but at $180,000 for the system, these monstrous speakers certainly aren’t for the frugal.
MBL’s 101 X-treme speaker system cranks out sound using a set of four custom built towers.
I’ve written about some out of this world speaker designs in my time, but never anything quite like these speakers from Germany’s MBL.
Their 101 E Radialstrahler Reference speakers offer a striking sculptural design that makes them look more like something you’d see at a power plant than something that would crank out world-class audio.
LG is showing off their new HT702TN home theater setup which they’re calling a “5.3 channel” system.
LG is using the term as a result of additional woofers in the front left and right channels which are supposed to improve low frequency response.
Looking for speakers that really make a statement?
Dutch designers Sander Mulder, Dave Keune from Buro Vormkrijgers have created these surreal speakers that are so wrong, they’re right. I’ll just let the picture do the talking (or woofing).