Kandinsky Loudspeaker

  • Photo Courtesy of Kandinsky
    Photo Courtesy of Kandinsky
  • Photo Courtesy of Kandinsky
    Photo Courtesy of Kandinsky
  • Photo Courtesy of Kandinsky
  • Photo Courtesy of Kandinsky

    Internationally renowned pen maker Patrick Chu designs his rare and exceptional Kandinsky loudspeakers in America and has them constructed at his factory in China. The Kandinsky’s 19-inch wooden horn, driven by a 2-inch high-compression driver, handles with flawless accuracy frequencies ranging from 750 kHz to 27 kHz, while the beastly 12-inch woofer delivers powerful bass frequencies down to 30 Hz. Due to the tedious construction process, only six pairs of these masterpieces of audio engineering are produced per year.

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