Concrete might look like a strange material to make speakers out of, but it is not unheard down the PACO very soon after. Currently, for its initial foray into the planet of wireless speakers, the Master & dynamic is unveiling the MA770 wireless speaker, a unique industrial chic concrete block with supposedly greater acoustics and a variety of input options.
Usually very famous for making headphones and earphones with super premium sound and extreme build quality (not to mention the cost), master & dynamic ma770 wireless speaker’s is not just made of any antique concrete: according to the manufacturer, it uses a very special proprietary blend shaped to enhance the acoustics of the product. That strange content limits the sole color option to 2 choices gray and black – clearly means the MA-770 wireless speaker will be pretty huge for the speaker, tipping the scales at 35lb (16 kg).
Solid bass blasts from a pair of four inches woven Kevlar lengthy throw woofers, while a pure 1.5 inches solid titanium tweeter strikes the higher notes. Those are tucked away backed by stainless steel, but the magnets create the removable if you favor the industrial concrete and exposed module look. An aluminum handling panel runs along the floor.
The input can arrive from 3.5 MM auxiliary TOS Information Links and analog optical ports in the behind, or Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or wirelessly. The latter lets the MA 770 link to Chromecast enabled applications, so music can come directly from Spotify, Pandora, Tidal, Deezer, Soundcloud, and Google Play Store, among others.
Master & Dynamic is presently taking orders for the MA 770 Wireless speaker, which carries a heavy price tag of $1,800. That includes the wireless speaker itself, a cloth cover, a magnetic grille, and a 2M (0.66 ft), power wire.