Fleetwood Sound Excelsior – an unusual monoblock audio system
The American company Fleetwood Sound Co , which originates from Oswalds Mill Audio (OMA), announced the appearance of the second model of speaker systems in its nomenclature. Following DeVille ‘s debut shelf monitors , Fleetwood Sound Co introduced a rather unusual Excelsior audio system .
In fact, this is a stereo monoblock, made in the traditions and design of High End technology and implementing the concept of “all in one”. According to the manufacturer, the novelty is equipped not only with a DAC unit and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth adapters for wireless music broadcasting, but even with a phono stage – to the delight of those who prefer analog recordings. And most importantly – the audio system offers separate two-way speakers, which is rarely seen in this class of technology that is rapidly gaining popularity.
At the same time, Fleetwood Sound Excelsior is very compact – its width is 80 cm, height 50 and depth 25. Moreover, tweeter horns and vintage legs make a significant contribution to the half-meter height. By the way, the design of the novelty was developed in collaboration with the architect and industrial designer Ana Gugic, who has been successfully cooperating with Oswalds Mill Audio for a long time.