Exotic and ridiculously expensive loudspeakers

If you have $200,000 of loose change, you might like to take a closer look at NBS Audio Cables' latest E.V.A. and Butter/fly speaker systems.

NBS Audio Cables

The sky's the limit when it comes to hi-fi, and if you have $200,000 of loose change, you might like to take a closer look at NBS Audio Cables' latest E.V.A. and Butter/fly speaker systems.

This kit has an exotic design that hardly resembles anything remotely similar to a conventional loudspeaker. Its most interesting feature is a pair of 48-inch-tall pyramids. These have a unique smooth, grille-free finish and are designed to reproduce music in a room via indirect sound radiation.

We figured it's pretty pointless to go further into the nitty-gritty bits for such a premium product since its buyers will probably care less about value. That said, if you need some nicely packaged speaker cables to go with the system, the price for its Black Label II series starts at a "bargain" $12,000 for a 4-foot pair. Click here for your local distributorship availability.

(Source: Crave Asia via Born Rich)

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    Philip Wong is an A/V, PC, photography and gaming enthusiast. Besides spending countless days and late nights fiddling with his home theater system and watercooled PC, he also hits the roads frequently on his iron horse to sweat it out. Now, who says geeks don't work out?

     

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