Premium audio company Master & Dynamic have partnered with the recently Knighted and renowned architect Sir David Adjaye. Together they have created the immersive MA770 wireless speaker for the home audio market.
David Adjaye is known globally as the mastermind behind Washington DC’s new Smithsonian museum – the national Museum of African American History and Culture. The two industry pioneers have connected and reinvented the home speaker with an elegant design.
The speaker is a first of its kind, made of a proprietary concrete composite. Robust yet balanced with gentle, sculptural curves, it’s clear the design is truly unique. The new concrete also provides a range of acoustic benefits such as increased dampening, reduced resonance and a much purer sound. In the speaker’s audio componentry, included is dual 4” woven Kevlar long throw woofers, a 1 ½ titanium tweeter powered by 100 watts of Class D amplification and diamond0cut anodised aluminium controls.
At 410mm x 510mm x 245mm and 16kgs the MA770 can fill a large room with amazing sound. There’s also the option of using it as a single stereo unit or pairing with another speaker via Wi-Fi. Utilising Chromecast built-in, the MA770 provides multi-room audio, the first speaker to use this for stereo pairing.
The wireless speaker offers a unique design that, despite its innovative nature, still allows for sonically sophisticated sound.
Wireless Speaker, from £1,600 at MASTER & DYNAMIC