Phantom Speaker – As Loud As A Rock Concert
Devialet has launched what could possibly be the best speaker experience you’re going to get. The speaker is said to be as loud as a rock concert and is priced at $2,990.
Not that the speakers are priced cheap, but they provide you with an experience that is equal to the speakers that cost as much as a luxury car! The material is made of Kevlar, which is what bulletproof vests are made of, and so, this ensures that vibrations are minimized.
The build looks classy and sophisticated. In fact the gold version of the speakers is actually coated with real 22 cart rose gold and gives you an astonishing 4500 watts! And the gold speakers are the ones priced at $2,990. So if you’re not looking at that much power and quality, you can go for the basic white phantom speakers that cost $1,990 and give you 750 watts. Or you could also go in for the mid-level silver Phantom speaker that are priced at $2,300 and give you 3000 watts. That’s still a great deal!
So if you’re having some house parties and want to let loose, these speakers are a great addition to have. Especially since they claim to be the best wireless speakers! Are you wondering if the colour and watts are what make this so special? No. Usually speakers rely either on analog or digital amplifiers, but the phantom or rather the company Devialet has been working on combining the two technologies for over 10 years now and this makes sure that you get the best sound experience. The co-founder Quentin Sanie says, “This has been a dream for engineers for 40 years, and we were the first ones to do it…”
The speakers took them three years to develop and apparently contain technology that is protected by 88 patents. In fact there they have even put in research on what shape the speaker should be, which is why it is shaped like a sphere. Sanie says that in acoustics engineering, the sphere is the best shape for a loudspeaker.
Of course, don’t go by the pictures, because it tends to look small, but it is actually quite big! What do you think of these speakers? Let us know in the comments below!
Picture courtesy – digitaltrends.com and techhabor.com
by techtalks @TechTalks August 31, 2016 5:16 AM UTC