The Danish company Dynaudio, appreciated for its acoustic speakers, and now announced a new range of wireless speakers. There are four Dynaudio speakers that we quote from the smallest to the greatest: Music 1, Music 3, Music 5 and Music 7.
All these four Dynaudio wireless speakers come equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth with aptX, a USB port, a 3.5 mm jack input, support for Spotify Connect, AirPlay, and DLNA. To control the Dynaudio speakers, you have Dynaudio app which allows you to combine up to six devices to manage separately or in groups. Multi-room systems can also be used. The app also takes into account the user’s taste to propose new songs that are considered potentially interesting.
There are two technologies to optimize audio output. RoomAdapt analyzes the characteristics of the listening environment and speaker positioning to compensate for any negative effects and automatically calibrates the device. NoiseAdapt is used to monitor environmental noise and make the necessary corrections. All these Dynaudio wireless speakers will be available in four colors: Light Gray, Dark Gray, Red, and Blue.
First, we come to the Dynaudio Music 1, measures 229 x 220 x 142 mm and weighs 1.6 kilograms. Inside it, there are 1 2.54cm tweeter and 10.16cm woofer. The Class D amplification section is accredited with a power of 40W per each. The speaker supports sampling frequencies up to 96kHz / 24-bit. The frequency response is between 50 Hz and 20 kHz. Music 1 integrates a rechargeable battery with a life up to 8 hours and it has been priced at EUR 499.
Dynaudio Music 3 is presented with higher dimensions, it measures 405 x 220 x 174 mm and weighs 3.7 kilograms. The internal configuration is different: the two 2.54cm tweeters and one 12.7cm woofer. Class D amplification provides 40W for each transducer. Compared to Music 1, the frequency response is ranging from 47Hz to 20kHz. Battery life is similar to the Music 1, but it is bundled with the remote control, priced at EUR 649.
Dynaudio Music 5 marks the transition to models without integrated battery. It measures 659 x 201 x 185 mm and weighs 5.4 kilograms. Inside there are two 2.54cm tweeters, two 7.62cm midranges, and 12.7cm woofer. Each transducer is driven by a 50 W D-Class amplifier. The frequency response is between 45Hz and 20kHz. The kit also includes an optical digital input. The price is set at EUR 799.
Dynaudio Music 7 is a flagship among all these, it measures 819 x 201 x 185 mm and weighs 7.7 kilograms. So let’s talk about a very impressive model that houses two 2.54cm tweeters, three 7.62cm midrange, and two 12.7cm woofers. Each transducer is driven by a 50 W D-Class amplifier. The frequency response is between 40Hz and 20kHz. It completes with HDMI input and ARC (audio return channel), alongside an optical digital input, has been priced at EUR 999.
All these Dynaudio wireless speakers will be available in November at selected retailers in Europe and Asia. It will go on-sale in other regions in January 2018.