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DUOECHO: A Pair of Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Speaker Snaps Together into One Unit

DUOECHO offers a true stereo sound, just split this speaker into two. Most bluetooth speakers do not offer a true stereo speaker setup. Even with added stereo capability, two speakers in one box still do not give much separation.

So the designer of DUOECHO provides a new concept of stereo speaker. It is a pair of unique Hi-Fi bluetooth stereo speakers that feature magnetic design. Split them into two separate speakers, DUOECHO are two stereo speakers provide high-fidelity stereo experience. Snap them together, DUOECHO is a singular unit (which looks like a mighty mug) that user can take it to anywhere.

Designer : DUOECHO Team [Pre-Order]

DUOECHO: Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Speaker with Magnetic Design

DUOECHO: Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Speaker with Magnetic Design

The neat twist with diamond-cut edge is inspired by the simplicity of bamboo wind chimes. In addition of its stunning sleek design, DUOECHO is packed with 4 high-quality speaker drivers. The tweeters are nano-coating silk dome which deliver clear notes. The Kevlar reinforced pulp fiber cone woofers also provide powerful bass sound.

It’s hard to achieve great bass with portable speaker due to its small
size. But DUOECHO solves this problem by using Passive Radiator Technology
to extend the bass response. The built-in speakerphone function also enables hand free communication. However, unlike other multifunctional speakers, it adopts the minimalist approach and only provides one connection method, Bluetooth 4.1 to connect your device wirelessly.

DUOECHO: Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Speaker with Magnetic Design

DUOECHO: Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Speaker with Magnetic Design

DUOECHO: Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Speaker with Magnetic Design

DUOECHO: Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Speaker with Magnetic Design

Tuvie has received “DUOECHO Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Speaker” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

DUOECHO: A Pair of Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Speaker Snaps Together into One Unit is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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