Vifa Copenhagen Speaker

Most portable speakers look like, well, speakers. The Vifa Copenhagen Speaker looks like furniture. Maybe even better than most furniture, thanks to its matte aluminum frame, woven textile cover from Kvadrat, and embroidered volume buttons. And it sounds better than most, too, thanks to digital pure path amps, balanced woofers, and Bluetooth + WiFi, which allows it to support AirPlay, Bluetooth aptX, DLNA, optical, analog, and USB connections.

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