The PR/01 Bluetooth Speaker

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Stylish design meets state-of-the-art technology.

After 7 years of research and development, French brand La Boite Concept recently unveiled its latest product. Introducing the sophisticated, high-fidelity PR/01 speaker. Designed in a collaboration with US-based Native Union, this innovative loudspeaker blends minimalist design and premium materials with the latest tech. The high end Bluetooth speaker comes with the patented “Active Pressure Reflex” technology which provides unparalleled sound depth as well as excellent sound reproduction. Universal connectivity includes Bluetooth, wireless, and voice-activated systems. Compatible with iOS, Microsoft or Android devices, the loudspeaker also easily connects to multi-room systems.

The elegant walnut wood box features a hard-wearing fabric material as well as a brass-colored aluminum cylindrical button. Apart from its minimal good looks, the speaker also comes with a hidden compartment. This drawer hides cables and charging ports and provides storage space for an induction charger or a smartphone. The latter transforms the unit into a practical listening and charging station. Premium quality and state-of-the-art, the loudspeaker is made to last a lifetime. Introduced at this year’s Maison & Objet, the loudspeaker is currently available to pre-order from La Boite Concept, with a free induction charger also included in the offer. The speaker comes with a price tag of around $980 and will be available online from April 2018. Photographs© La Boite Concept and Native Union.

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