Shinola goes Barefoot and produces a new speaker

NEWS – Shinola as an unapologetic Detroit based lifestyle company. Their American made products are considered some of the highest quality products available and their audio line has garnered praise from the press and customers alike. For the first time, Shinola has partnered with Barefoot Sound to offer the new wireless Shinola Bookshelf Speakers. 

Barefoot Sound is revered among musicians, producers and audio engineers for their studio monitor speakers. “We couldn’t think of a better partner to help re-launch our bookshelf speakers,” said Shinola’s CEO, Tom Lewand. “Thomas Barefoot’s know-how and reputation in the pro-audio world married with our commitment to quality and our design ethos has produced a stunning speaker system.  We are so proud of what Barefoot and our audio team have created and can’t wait for our customers to hear it.”

Assembled and tested in Oregon at the Barefoot Sound factory, the bookshelf speakers are equipped with Bluetooth streaming, versatile connectivity, including RCA, AUX, S/PDIF or USB, and removable magnetic grilles. The 8” x 9” x 12” speakers feature a 1.5” soft dome tweeter and 6.5” woofer. Power Output from the built-in Class D amplifier is rated at 100W per channel (300W peak power total). They are designed with a clean and modern aesthetic in harmony with the Shinola’s own Runwell Turntable.

The Shinola Bookshelf speakers will be available soon. They come in black or natural wood and will retail for $1,500. Visit shinola.com for more information.

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