High-end audio company Master & Dynamic partnered with renowned architect Sir David Adjaye revealed a super-stylish black colorway for their MA770 Wireless Speaker.
Inspired by the unofficial all-black uniform of New York City and crafted out of a proprietary concrete composite with a removable stainless steel grille, this is just as much a piece of art as it is an audio device, with a price to match at $1,800 USD. Master & Dynamic and Sir David Adjaye share the passion for innovation with materials. The MA770 is the result of this passion as it’s crafted from a proprietary concrete composite that offers a number of acoustic benefits such as increased dampening, reduced resonance from the enclosure, a purer sound and added durability.
Sir David Adjaye is known globally as the architect behind Washington D.C.’s newest Smithsonian museum — the National Museum of African American History and Culture and was named among TIME Magazine’s 100 most influential people in 2017. Its diamond-cut anodized aluminum control panel allows users to switch between aux, Bluetooth 4.1 or Chromecast Wifi soruces. The dual woven Kevlar long-throw subwoofers and a titanium tweeter are held by the flat front panel and is powered by 100W Class D amplification. The speaker’s width is 14.5”, height is 18”, depth is 9.5” and weight is 36.4 lbs, will be exclusively available via Mr Porter in October.