Vifa Copenhagen wireless speakers

February 17th, 2014 by retail design blog

Denmark’s Vifa, an audio specialist with over eighty years experience, maker of loudspeakers for many well-known brands, now go it alone creating their own line of speakers each named after a Nordic capital. First up, the Copenhagen. As you’d expect, hailing from Scandinavia, design shares equal billing performance. The matt polished aluminium frame features six choices from world-reknowned fabric makers Kvadrat who you may remember from a certain Norse Projects/Vans collaboration.

The speaker strips back any unnecessary buttons and switches, keeping things simple, the portable unit designed to fit in with your furniture, Vifa describe “a well-crafted loudspeaker that integrates itself gently in people’s lives and homes. All details are toned down to the essentials with high finish and ease of use.” Connecting via bluetooth, wireless, USB, Apple Airplay and cable, its force balanced woofers and digital pure path amplifiers makes sure that sound quality is top notch.








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