Gramophone 2.0 Bluetooth Speaker

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Gramavox has developed a reputation for crafting some of the best home audio equipment on the market, and for the holiday season they’ve given one our favorite devices an update. Meet the Gramophone 2.0.

Fusing vintage aesthetics with modern technology, the successor to the original Gramophone is a beautiful retro Bluetooth speaker that will complement any living space. Its dual driver design lets users enjoy organic mid-range tones through that gorgeous steel horn, with bass being provided by the 2.5-inch low frequency driver that’s nestled into the solid wood base. Users can wirelessly connect their devices using Bluetooth 4.0, or can hard wire their devices using the included auxiliary input. The speaker is equipped with a 12-hour battery life, and has a wireless range of 33 feet. [Purchase]

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