Master & Dynamic MA770 Concrete Speaker
Concrete’s not the first material we’d think to go to in high-end audio equipment, but the Master & Dynamic MA770 Concrete Speaker — designed by Sir David Adjaye, the architect behind the new Smithsonian museum in Washington D.C. — shows that the material’s acoustic properties are more solid (sorry) than you’d imagine. The proprietary concrete composite adds both heft and ample dampening, the latter to the tune of five times superior than wood. In terms of components the MA770 features two 4-inch woven Kevlar long-throw woofers and a 1.5-inch titanium tweeter, all driven by a 100 watt Class D amplifier. Each also comes with a removable magnetic grille to protect the speakers and features WiFi, Chromecast, and Bluetooth 4.1 on top of a wired input so you can stream to it however you’d like.
Find it at Master & Dynamic – $1,800