Titan Wireless Concrete Speaker By Utopia Audio

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Concrete speakers have a distinctive charm we can’t help but love. And when they’re also made with craftsmanship in mind and with a minimalist design, they really check all the right boxes. The Titan concrete speaker fits perfectly into this category. Designed by Utopia Audio founder Gedeon Ory, the speaker boasts clean lines and subtle accents. It blends industrial and minimal design with the special kind of beauty specific to handmade objects. Handcrafted in Budapest from a special concrete which is ten times stronger than ordinary cement blends, Titan provides an impressively low resonance enclosure to ensure zero sound distortion.

The surface of each speaker features a unique texture, shade of gray and grain. By mixing different pigments and minerals as well as marble or basalt, Utopia ensures that no two Titans look alike. In terms of tech specs, the wireless speaker has Bluetooth connectivity but also features a 3.5 mm jack and cable. It has a frequency response of 50 – 20 000 Hz, a 60 watt amp and 2 x 75 mm full range drivers. Titan launches in July. But if you want to be one of the first to find out about the exact launch date – and get a chance to buy the speaker at 50% off – head over to the brand’s website to sign up to their newsletter. Images courtesy of Utopia Audio.

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