Master & Dynamic enlists Sir David Adjaye to help design its first wireless speaker

The sculptural speaker features a proprietary concrete composite.
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Master & Dynamic MW770 Speaker

For their first foray into home audio, Master & Dynamic enlisted architect Sir David Adjaye to create a wireless speaker design in proprietary, hand-finished concrete composite. The material isn't simply for looks either, it helps with dampening, resonance, and sound clarity. 

Inside the geometric structure lies a pair of 4" woven Kevlar long throw woofers, a 1.5" inch titanium tweeter, and a 100W Class D amplifier. As for your connectivity options, the speaker has Chromecast, Bluetooth 4.1, Dual band WiFi, and auxiliary & optical jacks for connecting other devices or record players. You'll also be able to link two speakers or create a multi-room streaming setup via Chromecast.

$1,800, masterdynamic.com

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