Revo SuperCD

Feb 1, 2018

Category: Tech

For as much as we appreciate new technology in all of its sleek, streamlined glory – we can’t help but swoon a bit when we come across something like the Revo SuperCD. Despite coming packed with all kinds of contemporary audio goodies, from the outside this wireless speaker looks as if it could’ve been sold in a RadioShack back in the 1990s.

The CD player features a vertical slot for sliding in CDs (you know, those plastic discs you haven’t used in 10 years), internet radio, and Bluetooth wireless streaming courtesy Qualcomm’s aptX technology. All of that functionality paired with the twin 3.5-inch BMR speakers means that you can pump your room full of 40Watts worth of high fidelity sounds by either tuning in to your favorite station, streaming something from Spotify, your computer, or that old CD collection you hung on to. You can pick this speaker up in either walnut and silver, or our personal favorite – walnut and black.

Purchase: $800

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