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Ikea previews its Frekvens collaboration with Teenage Engineering

The multi-component audio system is less about smart features and more about fun.
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Teenage Engineering x Ikea Frekvens

Teenage Engineering and Ikea have teamed up on a new audio system called Frekvens, a boldly-colored, Bauhaus-inspired system that features a record player and its own light show. It's also looking like simplicity and fun is the big focus here. There's no Google Assistant or Alexa to be found here and you'll have to assemble it yourself just like any other Ikea product, but what you do get is something quite affordable, incredibly fun, and that design aesthetic that only Teenage Engineering could deliver. 

Available Summer 2019.



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