This Steel Hi-Fi Bluetooth Speaker Was Hand-Forged By A Master Blacksmith

Oct 2, 2019

Category: Tech

The folks at Transparent Sound hit a major home run with their first, groundbreaking release — the aptly-named Transparent Speaker. Now they’re back with a new lineup they’ve called UPCRAFTED. But the highlight of their brand-spanking-new trio of audio devices is undoubtedly the Steel Speaker you see before you.

As you might guess from its name, this device is made of forged steel. However, it wasn’t just haphazardly thrown together; rather, it was handmade by master blacksmith Jonas Majors out of his shop in Mörkö, Sweden. Of course, the incredible raw metal craftsmanship of this speaker is just a part of what makes it great. It also boasts dual 3″ drivers, a 6.5″ woofer, a built-in amplifier, Bluetooth connectivity, and compatibility with audio streaming services and other devices — including Apple AirPlay, Sonos, Amazon Echo, Google Cast, etc. Only 10 of these magnificent devices are ever to be made, however, with a price tag of $2,750 each.

Purchase: $2,750

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