Wrensilva’s high fidelity sound equipment has never failed to disappoint, be it from a stylistic or audiophilic standpoint. Taking a look back at the history of the industry in which they find themselves, the San Diego boutique has released a trio of consoles inspired by famous club performances of the last century and has appropriately called it the Club Series.
Kicking this collection off is the 33″ tall Loft Club Series, boasting an ebonized oak grille, a natural ash hardwood finish, and a 100-watt output. Next in line is the Standard Club Series, featuring an upgraded 300-watt output and finished off with a more robust curly ash. While a few inches shorter than the Loft Club Series, it is over 20″ wider at a lengthy 59″. Rounding out these three is the fully-loaded M1 Club Series, which draws from the brand’s flagship console and features a whopping six listening modes, with the three that separates this premier console being a 3.5mm jack and pair of auxiliary outputs. Each of the three is finished off with a gleaming mother of pearl inlay and sufficient record storage while utilizing Bang & Olufson’s patented IcePower, making for a design-centric audiophile’s dream. Most impressively, this 20th century-inspired piece boasts true modern-day capabilities, allowing listeners to go back and forth between their record collection and streaming library at the turn of a knob via Sonos speakers. While the speakers are not included, they will surely make these gorgeous new pieces of equipment all the more adaptable.
This grand new reveal from Wrensilva will provide a stunning addition to any living room, not to mention serve as an even better conversation starter. Available starting from $5,999 for their Loft Club Series, Wrensilva’s new collection is available in its entirety through their website.
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