It’s tax time! If you’re due for a fat refund and are a fan of design who also appreciates fine audio, grab that refund check and check out the new Master & Dynamic MA770 wireless concrete speaker. Yes, you read that right … concrete. You’re not going to be carting this 35 lb. monster around like a boombox. Nope, the MA770 speaker is designed for the home—inside the home. Designed by Sir David Adjaye—the architect behind Washington D.C.’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture—the MA770’s modern, minimalist good looks have a structural quality unlike other speakers.
The MA770 speaker comes ready to play with two 4-inch kevlar woofers and a 1.5-inch titanium tweeter, with diamond-cut anodized aluminum controls—all powered by a 100 watt Class D amp. The MA770’s concrete composite dampening properties are so high that the speaker can play at full volume without causing a record to skip or a table and floor to vibrate. Bluetooth, Chromecast and an AUX input are used for connectivity. The MA770 can be used as a single unit, stereo pair or multi-room setup via built-in Chromecast.The design of the MA770 speaker is so paramount, that it will be available soon in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) store in New York City (and other stores also) as well as directly from Master & Dynamic. If it matches the quality of Master & Dynamic’s headphones, then buyers will be in for a treat. Once available, the MA770 will sell for $1,800 US (less than the average refund amount). Visit Master & Dynamic for more information.