Introducing the new Music wireless speaker and multi-room music system from our Danish cousins Dynaudio. This new range of wireless Hi-Fi speakers offers a fresh design and style which can be used in any room of the house including the garden.
The new range consists of 4 speakers. Intuitively named the 1, 3, 5 and 7.
Dynaudio has tried a new approach to the streaming market, introducing their new algorithm which adapts to the music you listen to, with intelligent suggestions and playlists so you only have to press play and listen to hear your favourite music.
From installation of the app on Apple and Android, Dynaudio have a brilliant genre building process which is rather charming. First you select your favourite artist, which then proceeds to offer you similar artists. Quite therapeutic for discovering how many artists you actually like!
Just press play and let SkyNet take over. We have watched enough Sci-Fi to recognise when AI is just too intelligent. After 30 minutes of listening, the Dynaudio Music had become self aware and by then it was too late, John Connor had already been identified....
Pop culture aside, getting down to what the Dyanudio Music actually does is pretty impressive.
Learning your musical tastes and playing automatically generated playlists is very clever.
The Dynaudio Music 7 is the largest of the quartet and this is reflected in the sound quality, the extra room for the bass units and the positioning of the tweeters at far outer edges of the chassis helps the sound stage massively. Our shop floor isn't small yet the 7 fills that space easily.
Worth £875? Absolutely, yes.
The Music 5 is the second largest of the bunch and is equally adept at filling our shop floor with sound, albeit with a smaller sound stage but exciting nonetheless.
We then have the Dynaudio Music 3 in a red finish which also has a built in battery, making it portable enough to stick in a corner of a snug.
And the diminutive Music 1 which also has a battery, is great around the house and the caravan or when you're out and about.
The Music 5 seen above, has a bass reflex port to help improve and control bass.
Chromey!! I wouldn't lie there, those ports can shift some air!
The, Music 7 has a larger bass port which moves much more air in accordance with the size of the unit. No Chromey, I haven't seen the rest of your body, and I did warn you!
There you have it, the new Music from Dynaudio. They are all on demonstration at Audio T Manchester.
Come along a take a look and listen at Audio T Manchester.
Thanks for stopping by.
Munir, Dave, Mike ,Simon and Haden.
Dynaudio Hi-Fi products are available from the following branches of Audio T:
Brighton, Bristol, Cheltenham, Manchester, Online, Oxford, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton,