TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloist. Sounds. is an ultra-high-performance wireless speaker that has a stunning triangular shape and bold lines, inspired by New York City’s Flatiron Building. The speaker is a work of art that offers a statement piece for any modern home or office. The designer of the speaker, Takahiro Miyashita, has molded it like a sculpture out of polycarbonate and has finished it with an eroded cement look that stands as a testament to the architecture’s test of time.
The TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloist. Sounds. speaker is a 7-channel speaker that is designed to fill a room with rich, immersive audio that envelops the listener from all directions. The speaker has 7 built-in speakers, integrated aluminum pistons, and 3 x 1-inch tweeters that help create an ultra-loud output of 2000W and a frequency range of 20Hz to 25KHz. This range is wide enough to deliver any style of music.
The speaker is designed for wireless connectivity and allows seamless pairing with any Bluetooth 5.2-enabled device. Wireless audio streaming is also possible with built-in True Wireless Stereo (TWS). The speaker measures 32cm x 46cm x 110cm and weighs 25kg, making it a sturdy and durable piece of audio equipment.
The TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloist. Sounds. speaker can be preordered now for approximately $6735 and will ship in early September. This speaker is not just an everyday piece of audio equipment, but a work of art that elevates the aesthetics of any space. The speaker’s unique triangular shape and bold lines make it a true statement piece that will be appreciated by all audiophiles.
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