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Devialet’s 4,500W Gold Phantom Premier Speaker

Whether you want your home to sync up like a symphony, or look to prefer different tunes in different room, we have good news.

AQIPA, the local distributor for French audio tech company Devialet brought the brand’s Gold Phantom speaker to the local market a few years ago. This wireless speaker can virtually replace home sound systems, with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, Airplay, Spotify Connect, UPnP, and optical cable connections.

Devialet Multiroom for Phantom means you now have more ways to play.

The Gold Phantom is the flagship model in Devialet’s Phantom speaker line-up – in addition to its striking 22-carat pink-gold-plated accents, the Gold Phantom has 4,500W amplification power, compared to the 2,000W of the Classic Phantom.

It also features an upgraded grade-1 titanium tweeter driver, as opposed to an aluminium tweeter driver.

From sub-bass to ultra-sharp treble, explore your music’s full potential with zero distortion, zero saturation, and zero background noise.

This speaker features a range of innovative Devialet technologies, including ADH (Analog Digital Hybrid) amplification, SAM (Speaker Active Matching), and HBI (Heart Bass Implosion), which consists of two Devialet-exclusive high-excursion bass drivers that deliver impactful sound.

Devialet Gold Phantom

Devialet Multiroom for Phantom enables more ways to play.

“The goal was to make Phantom sound as natural as possible, with a wide dispersion across the listening space, in order to match with modern enjoyment of music – which is rarely for one person only, sitting at a clearly defined listening position,” Devialet stated.

The recommended retail price for the Gold Phantom is $4,990.

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