Ring Audio's horn speakers may look like pieces of art, but they can definitely bring the noise. If, that is, you can afford them.
There are no cords or batteries here. ReAcoustic uses nothing more than a wooden base and an old gramophone horn or trumpet bell to amplify sound from your iPhone or iPad.
The unusual contraption should appeal to audiophiles with its deep bass response down to 20Hz, thanks to a sizable 38cm woofer and an efficient horn design. Got $100,000 to spare?
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