If you’re in the market for a small footprint stereo solution but you’re not a fan of the techie, plastic look of a Bose system or the boxy shape of a Geneva sound system, perhaps you’ll find Symbol Audio’s TT1 stereo more to your liking – a desktop stereo solution handcrafted from eco-friendly, reclaimed Brazilian Peroba Rosa wood.
The TT1 provides rich hi-fidelity sound by incorporating a traditional speaker design – not software tricks – to deliver its audio kick. The design incorporates two, 4″ high full range drivers with titanium cones, set in dampened cabinets, paired with a down firing 5 1/4″ subwoofer to create deep full bass response. The speakers are driven with a highly efficient and compact 2.1 class D amplifier set discreetly into the back of the cabinet where you’ll also find the unit’s volume and subwoofer controls and a 3.5mm stereo “Mini-Jack” for audio input options, ranging from analog to digital.
For streaming audio you can connect a wireless router like Apple’s Airport Express to enable the TT1 to play directly from your phone, iPod, iPad or computer. Multiple units in different rooms can be linked wirelessly to play together or separately. Designed by Blake Tovin and Matt Richmond.
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