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Here’s What a $3,000 Bluetooth Speaker Looks and Sounds Like [VIDEO]

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The age of Bluetooth is upon us. Quality sound no longer requires us to hassle with cords to connect to a speaker which, honestly, just always seems to end up as a tangled mess anyway. Technology is here to streamline our lives. But with this semi-new technology, how much would you pay for a top-of-the-line Bluetooth speaker?

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One Youtube channel, Unbox Theory, showed us what a top of the line speaker looks like and how much it goes for. Spoiler alert: it’s a lot.

The Devialet Gold Phantom, which is 4500 watts, produces the kind of sound that you’d expect from a massive club speaker and puts all that sound into something that you can hold in your hands.

In the video, the guy unboxing the Bluetooth device is visibly stunned by the sound quality and claimed the sound was so mind blowing that he felt the same intensity as listening to music with a giant subwoofer in the car.

 

Amazon has the device listed at $3,000, a must buy for any music¬†connoisseur who has the excess funds for it just lying around. But for the people who don’t have thousands of dollars to blow on this, we can at least appreciate this French-made device, and the science that goes into it which is explained in the video below.

The device is something straight out of a sci-fi film. The oddly shaped Devialet is a statement of elegance and will be sure to impress anyone seeing – or hearing – it in action for the first time.

Oh, and did we mention, 22-karat rose gold is littered throughout the device. Those who have bought the Devialet have claimed that the sound rivals anything you might hear at a concert.

Sure, the price will turn off those who don’t feel the need to spend thousands for a speaker, but for those that have a large disposable income, this could very well be the best Bluetooth speaker ever created.

Check out the unboxing and testing of this device below.