The Studio 5 Sound Dock Differs from Competitors in More Than Just Form

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Mar 5, 2014 • References: grandst & betterlivingthroughdesign
Just look at the Studio 5 Sound Dock and you will instantly notice that it isn't like the typical iPhone speaker. This compact piece of audio equipment doesn't embody an easy-to-manufacture form, but rather takes a very irregular shape with its asymmetrical plastic case.

The meshy grill of the little amp wraps around the sides of the entertainment hub, clinging to it and reinforcing the unique curves and bends. Up top, the user can plug in his iPhone, but he's also afforded the option of connecting all sorts of media-filled devices to it with Bluetooth technology or a tethering cord. The AAC and aptX coding enables you to pair two smartphones with the Studio 5 Sound Dock so that browsing different music libraries is seamless. Stats for Irregular Audio Hubs Trending: Older & Average
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