If you absolutely love your Amazon Alexa digital assistant, but none of the Alexa-enabled speakers you’ve seen look elegant enough, powerful enough, or frankly — big enough to fill your living space, you’ll want to take a look at the Pantheone Audio Pantheone I.
The Pantheone I is a minimalistic, handmade resin sculpture made to seamlessly fit into even the finest home interior designs; it houses a state of the art Alexa-enabled sound system.
Four years of development went into creating its curved body which Pantheone Audio says delivers perfect acoustics.
The Pantheone I is available in either black or white; the sensuously curved speaker housing is created from a single mold of high-density resin which is then hand polished to perfection. Made to look like a piece of fine art, the Pantheone I promises to elevate your home’s decor rather than detracting from it. With WiFi, Bluetooth, and Aux-In, the speaker can play music from streaming services such as Spotify, Tidal, iTunes, and Pandora, and you can control it (and the rest of your smart home) through Alexa voice commands. The Pantheone I measures 25.7″ tall by 18.1″ wide by 17.2″ deep, and it weighs a solid 55.1 pounds.
Inside its resin body, the Pantheone I holds a high-powered Class D amplifier with dedicated digital signal processors, two 6.5″ high excursion design subwoofers (130W each), two 4″ coated paper cone Hi-Fi mid-range speakers, and four 0.75″ silk dome tweeters (2 DSP at 70W each); it offers 360º of clear stereo sound. The Pantheone I has a 33 – 22 000Hz frequency response, and it has a streaming rate of up to 24 bit/192K. In addition to BT, WiFi, and Aux-in, the Pantheone I has one 10/100M RJ45 Ethernet port; there are also dedicated iOS and Android apps.
If you have a passion for minimalist aesthetics and want a speaker that doesn’t detract from your vibe, you should check out the $2190.00 Pantheone Audio Pantheone I Alexa-enabled speaker. You can learn more by clicking here.