If your speakers are not just for experiencing the extreme sound experience, but need to make it as a style statement, then you must check this outstanding Audiophile’s Lacrima Speakers that adds grace to any space where they are placed.
These uniquely designed piece of art offers hand-built four-way speakers for widest, most stable acoustic sweet spot of any speakers available to date. Made from quasi-isotropic glass, reinforced plastic, and a lightweight balsa core, the speaker cabinet undergoes a painstaking hand-finishing process of two layers of high-body primer, three layers of pigment, four layers of clear lacquer, and two coats of wax to deliver perfect sound for extreme audiophiles.
Finished in a rounded, teardrop shape, like a swan, the speakers are designed for those who demand most from the sound. The speakers incorporate many interesting technologies to ensure finest sound experience. It eliminates the distortion created by secondary reflections in rectangular cabinets, and offers horizontal sound dispersion across an entire room. The unwanted sound coloration and resonance is perfectly dampened in the device, thanks to the three tapered tubes extending from the drivers to the back of the cabinet channel that ensure pristine sound emanates from the speaker.
The stunning features does not end here, further there won’t be any mechanical coloration, as the two bass drivers float on silicone O-rings, clearly eliminate the mechanical coloration, while cochlear shaped cabinet absorbs sound and prevents reflections, to deliver pure, tight bass.
Available for $40,000, the Lacrima Speakers will add a touch of elegance to your your room, and fit for those with heavy pockets.
By Sangeetha Pradeep on 31st December 2012