Handmade Bluetooth Speakers

It was Beethoven who said, “Music should strike fire from the heart of man, and bring tears from the eyes of woman.” Sub-par speakers should never dampen the power of music, which is why Site:1 from Princeton Audio was created.site

Site:1 is the first release in a family of audio products that’s a beautifully handcrafted speaker put together by hand and locally sourced from the Princeton, Wisconsin area. The speaker can be customized to you, allowing you to choose the inlay options, swap out hardware and change the streaming interface. Beyond customizing it, there are 4 Tonewood options: maple, cherry, black walnut and mahogany. Another thing that makes Site:1 unique is its adaptable interface which allows the speaker to upgrade as technology advances. That way no matter what it’ll be compatible with Wi-Fi, Airplay, Play-Fi, USB and any other future wireless system. And of course for ultimate convenience Site:1 is completely portable with a battery that lasts up to 15 hours on a single charge.

Princeton Audio has also had the foresight to create a patent-pending external interface for the Site:1 that allows you to adapt your speaker to almost any wireless or wired system. If and when technology updates; your speaker will update with it.

This holiday season this is the perfect gift for that person on your list with great taste and a love of music. The Tonewood look will appeal to those who favor the beautiful and artful pieces in their home. The farm-to-table approach to the construction and materials used will appeal to anyone who sees the value in domestically sourced products. And the sound quality appeals to everyone! The Site:1 has something for everyone.

Right now they’re running an Indiegogo campaign to fully crowd fund this project. You can get your very own Site:1 for around $260 by searching for Site:1 on Indiegogo.

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