Master and Dynamic‘s new MA770 Wireless speaker has been outlined in conjunction with acclaimed designer Sir David Adjaye.

The new MA770 is made of a restrictive solid composite – the first of its kind – giving the speaker a “rich, sculptural quality” and obscuring the lines between a useful bit of sound apparatus and a gem. The working parts of the speaker include double 4″ woven kevlar long toss woofers, a 1 ½” titanium tweeter fueled by 100 watts of Class D intensification and precious stone cut anodized aluminum controls.

The utilization of the new solid material is not only for style purposes but rather has various acoustic advantages, for example, expanded sound hosing, diminished reverberation from the walled in area, and a purer sound. The hosing properties of the solid are so amazing – five times superior to anything wood and ten times superior to plastic – that the speaker can be put just inches far from a turntable and played at full volume without making the record skip.

Extra elements permit the MA770 to be utilized as a solitary stereo unit or combined with another speaker by means of Wi-Fi to give a bigger stereo picture. It likewise has Chromecast inherent, giving the MA770 multi-room sound abilities. It is the main speaker to utilize this innovation for stereo blending.

Sir David Adjaye is the draftsman in charge of Washington D.C’s. new Smithsonian exhibition hall – The National Museum of African American History and Culture, the association with Master and Dynamic highlights the inventive plan heading the organization embraces with their sound items.

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