Davone Ray-S Speakers

Jul 23, 2015

Category: Tech

Back in 1956, Charles and Ray Eames released an iconic lounge chair that has inspired generations of products crafted from molded plywood paired with luxurious leather. Now, the Eames modern design is being brought to the world of audio technology with the Davone Ray-S speakers.

The Ray-S features a three way speaker system with an eight inch bass which produces exquisite detail and depth with every note. You’ll notice in the design that no parallel surfaces exist, which helps to reduce internal cancellations of sound. Even the speaker’s stand was taken into account, as the one inch steel stand minimizes energy loss from the speaker to the floor. Each speaker includes a leather baffle to provide a unique look and even diffraction. The speakers also use an 8″ hand built paper woofer, as well as off center tweeter and midrange drivers to give a more stable in-room feedback than traditional tower speakers. The Ray-S will run you $8,600. [Purchase]

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