The Revo Audio Collection

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Probably the world’s most stylish and function-packed digital radios, speakers, and CD players.

In 2004, David Baxter and Colin Urie founded a digital audio device brand in the small town of Lanark, Scotland. In just a few years, Revo cemented its pioneering status in the audio industry and nabbed a few awards in the process. And it’s no wonder. Featuring a blend of cutting-edge technology and mid-century modern style, the brand’s products stun not only with their good looks, but also with their impressive performance and range of features. The award-winning Revo collection includes digital radios, a retro speaker Bluetooth design, and an elegant table specifically made to complement the SuperSeries range.

Every item looks like it could be a part of a design museum’s permanent collection. Indeed, the SuperSeries has an impressive pedigree, with iF and Red Dot Design Awards and mentions in prestigious international publications. Timeless but also distinctly mid-century modern, the Revo digital radios blend a refined aesthetic and premium materials. The handcrafted wood cabinets come with anodized aluminum covers on the front and speaker grille as well as a steel backplate. Inside, there’s a technical wonderland.

The culmination of 10 years of design and development experience, the SuperSystem is the centerpiece of the range. It comes with 5” BMR speaker drivers and an integrated subwoofer to deliver 80W of clear and bass-rich sound. SuperCD features twin 3.5” BMR 40W speakers, while SuperConnect and SuperSignal offer 15W and 12W respectively. All of them feature a graphical OLED display, a joystick control, and the innovative UNDOK app. The app allows the user to easily link wireless devices to create a multi-room music listening experience. With access to over 30,000 radio stations from around the world, Spotify music streaming, Bluetooth connectivity, and the USB connector, the users have millions of songs at their fingertips. The addition of Qualcomm® aptX™ improves the audio quality of supported streams to deliver CD-like instead of MP3-like quality.

The Revo range also features the SuperTone wireless speaker. Stylish and premium quality, this retro speaker Bluetooth enhances further offers the perfect solution to listen to your favorite music and improve the look of a living room. Finally, there’s the S1 Audio Table.  It has a solid wood build, a custom hook for headphones, and a design that complements the SuperSeries products. Find the entire Revo collection here. Photographs© Revo.

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