Jeff Davis' Bluetooth® speaker puts a new spin on old LPs, letting reclaimed vinyl play music in an innovative way: as the speaker itself. You can't drop the needle on these records, but they'll play your entire digital music collection in analog-inspired style—a cool way to give your smartphone an audiophile upgrade. There's also a nod to the nostalgic sweep of horn loudspeakers and gramophones, making it a true celebration of recorded music's long history, from steel needle Victrolas to the frontiers of streaming audio. Connect any device via Bluetooth® or the back panel auxiliary jack and enjoy the coolest music of all—yours.
This design was a collaboration between Jeff Davis and our Product Development team. "They pushed me to celebrate the feeling of the record, and to create an item that has a sculptural presence as an object," Jeff reflected. With our extensive playlist of design experience and material sourcing skills, we also helped work out the Bluetooth® and driver components, settling on a top-of-the-line coaxial speaker that resonates best with Jeff's design.
A distinctive addition to your home audio or an unforgettable gift for any audiophile, the speaker is available in a variety of customizable options:
Request a Genre: Pick from a list of genres and Jeff will select an album from that category to incorporate into your speaker. Click here for details.
Create a Custom Label—Add Your Own Text: Customize a speaker with your own personalized record label. Pick from one of four different designs and add your own custom text. Click here for details.
Create Your Own Album Artwork: Order a speaker with a record label featuring a special photo or artwork that you submit yourself. Click here for details.
Submit a Favorite Album: Customize a speaker with an album of your choice. Send in a favorite album from your collection and Jeff will use it to create your speaker. Click here for details.
Request an Album: Customize a speaker with an album you request. Specify a favorite album or artist—we'll source it and Jeff will use it to create a speaker. Click here for details.
Learn more about how the speaker is made here.
Handmade in Philadelphia.
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