Kandinsky Loudspeaker

    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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