This day and age music lovers are faced with a plethora of different options for listening to their favorite artists. From online radio to Bluetooth technology to more dated compact discs and the recent revival of vinyl LPs. And with all these means of playing or streaming music, the list of devices you may find yourself owning could easily become overwhelming. Luckily, Department Chicago has a solution.
Dubbed the HiFi Console, this Bluetooth-enable stereo console is built for the 21-century music lover. Boasting both great looks and great sound, it’s meant to serve as a focal point for any living or office space and easily connects to your Bluetooth device, television, or turntable through one of its audio-in connections. The inspiration stems from the classic furniture design of the 1950’s and 60s and each Console will be made available in several color options. Easily store up to 120 LPs or turn it into selfing unit. The current setup features a 100 watt Class D Stereo Amplifier, a 6” aluminum/magnesium driver, a Pre-amp option, and 1” titanium dome tweeter. The Console is currently accepting reservations on Kickstarter with prices starting at $1,700. [Purchase]
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