Acoustic Lab Zeta 2.0 speakers Is Like A Pear Slashed In Half

Dutch designer Christian M. Andersen has come up with a new speaker system for Acoustic Lab called Zeta 2.0 speakers. This speaker is quite chubby because it has a fat stomach-like design (like a pear sliced in half) to optimize the exit point for the sounding system. Which mean it’s not just a thing that has an unique design, it also serves some purpose to make the sounding better.


Specification wise, this Acoustic Lab Zeta 2.0 speakers is featuring frequency range of 110 to 20,000 Hz, the middle amplifier works in range of 20 to 20,000Hz, and they are heavy-weight class of speakers as the amplifier is weighing in 3.15kg, while the two speaker is quite heavy at 1.6kg each. Total of 6.35kg per units, so it will never friendly with fragile glass table or TV rack as it might send them to meet their Creator.

Flavor-wise, this Acoustic Lab Zeta 2.0 speaker is available in onyx black, garnet red and ceramic white. How much will they cost? It’s 249 Euros, translate into US$355 roughly.

[via DesignBuzz]

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