Introducing The Vifa Home System

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The next step in the evolution of the home audio system.

When it doesn’t design portable speakers you can take camping with you, Danish brand brand Vifa revolutionizes home audio systems. The recently launched Vifa®HOME is a state-of-the-art, multi-room, and multi-source system that provides an exquisite sound experience. Packed with convenient features but extremely easy to use, it allows the user the link multiple speakers into one unit and distribute the music to different areas of the home. To accompany Vifa®HOME, the company released upgraded versions of two popular speakers. Vifa Copenhagen 2.0 and Vifa Stockholm 2.0 now come come with two new features. Vifa®LINK helps the user interconnect loudspeakers with the touch of a button, while Vifa®PLAY offers immediate access to music or radio stations.

A custom app provides an easy way to control the system digitally, rather than manually. The app also offers an instant overview of the music catalog, access to steaming services, and the opportunity to design a bespoke system that may include anything from a TV to a tablet. Of course, the speakers also score high marks on design. Minimalist and compact, they boast premium quality wool from Kvadrat. The textile covers come in two new colors, Pine Green and Mountain Blue; an elegant addition to the existing range of Sand Yellow, Ocean Blue, Pebble Grey, and Anthracite Grey. You can find the speakers with the built-in Vifa®HOME system now, both on the brand’s official website and at selected retailers. Copenhagen costs $799, while Stockholm has a price tag of $1499. Photographs© Vifa.

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