Porsche Design integrated the rear silencer and twin tailpipes from a 911 GT3 into a 200W 2.1 Dolby surround sound system such that they now amplify sound instead of dampening it. The speaker has a subwoofer output and Bluetooth, RCA, coaxial and optical inputs.
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Hult Design’s Pavilion is a beautiful Bluetooth speaker inspired by organic architecture. It has a 20W driver, a copper spiral reflex port and a concrete base to minimize vibrations. It also has an internal battery that lasts up to 5h per charge and a 3.5mm port.
This streamlined home theater sound system uses 18 speakers to provide truly immersive sound, including upward-firing drivers and Dolby Atmos compatibility for 3-dimensional sound effects that bounce off your ceiling. The 400W system includes a 220W wireless sub.
Most Bluetooth speakers look pretty generic these days. The AeroSkull Nano not only looks cool, but sounds good too, despite being just 4.3″ tall. In chrome, gold, red, or matte black. To really rattle your bones, check out the $270 AeroSkull XS+ and the $650 AeroSkull HD+.
Kicking out huge sound with great dynamic range and booming bass, Thonet Vander’s amplified stereo speakers don’t just look great. They’re some of the best sounding Bluetooth speakers we’ve ever heard, and are well priced for their capability. Available in white or black.
This teensy retro-style “hi-fi” system is styled after the bookshelf stereo systems of the 1970s. Pop the lid off to see the glowing “tubes” inside. This Bluetooth system offers two 3W speakers, and a class D amp. The speakers measure just 3″ tall, and the receiver is 4″ wide.
The HiddenHUB sound system dynamically adapts to the shape of the room you set it up in, and can be wirelessly connected with other HUBs and HiddenRadio2s to create a whole home audio system. Audio can be controlled via its smart dial, or via your wireless devices.