Mo° sound unveils spherical speakers with porcelain cabinets
The Austrian company Mo° sound is located in Vienna and offers a range of high-quality acoustic systems, united by one feature – their bodies are made of porcelain.
A special kind of triple-fired porcelain makes the walls strong enough. All the company’s speakers are built on broadband radiators in a closed acoustic design, in total the company produces three bookshelf models Classic, Superior and Augarten , as well as the Bass model , which is a triphonic consisting of two Classic speakers and a subwoofer on a tripod.
The Mo° sound Classic features a full-range driver with a 7.4 cm magnesium aluminum cone. Mo° sound Superior and Augarten are distinguished by the use of 7.5 and 10 cm bamboo cone tweeters with a copper phase equalizing insert. The firm also released a smaller, wireless version of the Mo° sound with a Bluetooth adapter and a built-in 8-watt Class D amplifier .
Retail prices in the European market are as follows – Mo ° sound Classic cost 900 euros per pair, Mo° sound Superior – 1500 euros , Mo ° sound Augarten – 3300 euros , Mo ° sound Bass will cost 6600 euros per pair. Mo° sound Bluetooth are sold individually for 435 euros .