We are admirers of both art and music here and when these come together it’s definitely a treat for us. The newly launched Pantheone I speaker is one such product that is both functional and visually appealing. This Red Dot award winning speaker has been developed by Pantheone Audio, an Australia-based design studio and electronics company. The design of the Pantheone I speaker is inspired from the oculus of the Pantheon, Rome where empty space is the source of light.
The Pantheone I speaker is shaped like an egg and comes with empty space in the middle. The design is visually striking and functional too. The state-of-the-art sound system can fill your living space with perfect acoustics and simultaneously can co-exist beautifully with its surroundings. The sculptural design makes this speaker a cool art object for your living room. Besides that, the geometric shape offers high resolution audio for clarity and depth of sound.
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The Pantheone I speaker is handcrafted from a single mold of high-density resin. Once made, it is hand polished to provide an aesthetically appealing look. The handcrafted speaker is designed by an experienced team that shares an uncompromising commitment to design and engineering. The speaker comes with two 6.5 inch sub woofers, two 4-inch hi-fi midrange drivers and four 0.75-inch silk dome tweeters.
The Pantheone I speaker from Pantheone Audio comes with built-in Amazon Alexa functionality. Thus, you can play music, schedule alarms and control your devices from anywhere in your home. Besides that, you can also download the Pantheone App to turn your phone into a remote control. Therefore, you can access different features of our sound system such as voice control, multi room player and sleep mode as well.
The Pantheone I speaker is available in black and white color options. It is priced at $2,190 and can be ordered from company’s official website.
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