The Small Yet Powerful Vifa Reykjavik Portable Wireless Loudspeaker

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Founded in the ‘30s in Denmark, Vifa currently manufactures high-quality and high-end wireless speakers and audio products. Apart from their state-of-the-art technology, the company’s products also feature a gorgeous Nordic design, making them a must-have for those who appreciate elegant simplicity. For 2017, the brand aims to bring pure sound to the outdoors. The compact Reykjavik wireless loudspeaker suits adventurers and those who love to explore, but it also blends into modern interiors. The pebble-like shape ensures a 360-degree listening experience, while the convenient leather strap allows the user to carry the unit around with ease or hang it on a wall. Style-wise, the speaker impresses with its minimal aesthetic which pays homage to local landscapes. “We wanted to convey the fissured, foggy sceneries of the Northern hemisphere,” explains Michael Sørensen, CEO at Vifa.

“As we have done with all our speakers, we wanted to challenge the physical limits for creating great sound. I must say that, once again, our engineering team solved the task in the most marvelous way. As tiny as it seems, Reykjavik still has an impressively powerful sound, due to clever and careful engineering,” Sørensen adds. The Reykjavik loudspeaker comes with two 19mm tweeters, a 70mm woofer, and a three channel amplifier. Other features include Bluetooth connectivity, an AUX 3.5 mm mini jack, USB playback, DSP crossover, as well as a rechargeable lithium battery. Available now on the company’s website and at selected retailers, Reykjavik is priced at $249. Photographs© Vifa.

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