Every home should have a great sound system, and bonus points if it looks great, too. This is the first levitating Bluetooth speaker. It looks kind of like the Death Star with a brushed steel and chrome finish, and packs a punch in terms of sound: a full, crisp, clear 105 decibels.
The speaker, which was designed by a team out of Oakland, California, uses magnetic levitation to get the speaker to float about an inch off of the base, and it spins while it plays. It even has a microphone, so you can use it to take calls.
You can grab it here with a discount thanks to Insider Picks and our friends at Stack Commerce.
Check out the video and full specs below.
OM/ONE Speaker Orb
- Size: 3.6″ diameter, 0.75 lb weight
- Finely tuned 75mm audio driver
- Built-in microphone (IEEE 1329 Type 1-compliant speakerphone)
- On/Off touch sensor • Up to 12 hours of continuous play at 70% volume • Built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion battery
- Bluetooth: Wireless range 33 feet (10m)
- Bluetooth v4.0 compliant • Supports Enhanced Data Rate (EDR)
- 6.3″ diameter x 1.6″ height • 1.3 lbs weight • Speaker orb floating height 1.2″
- Total OM/ONE height including speaker orb 6.4″ (base 1.6″ + float 1.2″ + orb 3.6″)
- Total OM/ONE weight including speaker orb 2.1 lbs
- Power: 12Vdc (power cable included)
- We have frequency response from 20Hz to 20Khz and use an amplifier that has output power of 3Wrms. Our Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) is less than 1% @ 1KHz 0dB input.
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