Moonraker Wireless Speaker By Bossa Sound

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Elegant and eye-catching, the new Moonraker wireless speaker celebrates mid-century design while also providing a superior listening experience. An ideal choice for those who love minimal design, creative products and clean sound quality. Handcrafted in California by Bossa Sound, the speaker blends premium materials as well as the latest technology in a design that creates a focal point in any room. Moonraker features a curved polymer shell. Apart from its striking appearance, the case minimizes diffraction and resonance. Along with the two separate bi-amplified speaker set-up, this system provides an exceptional and immersive sound experience.

Moonraker connects to a laptop or smartphone via Bluetooth. The speaker also comes with wired optical, coaxial digital, and analog inputs, which means that it’s compatible with many devices, from CD players and televisions to turntables and other analog equipment. Handmade wooden legs complete the design. Options include black walnut, reclaimed teak and white ash – all complementing the sleek white polymer shell perfectly. The speaker is available now on the Bossa Sound website at a price of $2,400, with free shipping to continental US also included. Photographs© Bossa Sound.

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