Aesthesis Speakers Go Back to the Phonetic Future

 - Sep 5, 2009   Updated: Aug 3 2011
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These limited-edition Aesthesis speakers are inspired by the musical technology which got grandpa to get down way back at the turn of the century.

The production will be limited to 100 pairs, so buying these old-school sound-makers will cost you a pretty penny: about 8,500,000 of them. The Gramophone-style Aesthesis speakers are made of carbon fiber and stainless steel, and they're ready to play everything from Vaudeville hits to Tiesto's Club Life.

Implications - The massive retro resurgence across industries from furniture to fashion means that products like these Aesthesis speakers that marry modern technology and retro looks are in high demand. The high price point of these speakers is indicative of both the aesthetic and auditory quality of the product. Pull these out at your next house party and you'll have all your guests talking!