New York City-based premium audio company Master & Dynamic recently announced the second venture of its partnership with world-renowned architect Sir David Adjaye: the release of the brand new black MA770 Wireless Speaker.
The latest colorway in the MA770 family draws inspiration from the universally recognized colorway of Master & Dynamic’s hometown: New York City and makes the perfect gift for both audiophiles and aficionados.
The black MA770 Wireless Speaker is available for $1,800 exclusively at www.masterdynamic.com, and at www.mrporter.com.
● Proprietary concrete composite
● Dimensions: 16” x 20” x 10”
● Dual 4’ woven Kevlar long throw woofers
● 1½ titanium tweeter powered by 100 watts of Class D Amplification and diamond-cut anodized aluminum controls
● Removable magnetic etched stainless-steel grille protects the speaker
● Connectivity: Chromecast built-in, Bluetooth 4.1 with BLE, 3.5mm Auxiliary Analog, TOSLINK Optical Audio
About Master & Dynamic
Since its launch in 2014, New York City-based premium audio brand Master & Dynamic has released a variety of audio products ranging from wired and wireless headphones and earphones to a wireless speaker. Master & Dynamic has a deep passion for building beautifully crafted, richly appointed, technically sophisticated sound tools for creative minds, and has spared no expense in this pursuit.
Utilizing the finest materials, from heavy grain leathers and durable metals to a proprietary concrete composite, Master & Dynamic products are built for decades of use and tuned to provide a rich, warm sound that perfectly captures the exceptional detail of well-recorded music. From collaborations with world-renowned luxury brands like Leica Camera to boundary-pushing product launches like the award-winning MA770 Wireless Speaker designed with architect Sir David Adjaye, Master & Dynamic’s timeless products can be found in over 500 partner stores around the world.
About Sir David Adjaye
Sir David Adjaye OBE is recognized as a leading architect of his generation. Adjaye was born in Tanzania to Ghanaian parents and his influences range from contemporary art, music and science to African art forms and the civic life of cities. He formed Adjaye Associates in 2000, and the firm now has projects ranging in scale from private houses, exhibitions, and temporary pavilions to major arts centres, civic buildings, and masterplans across the globe. His most recent project, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, opened on the National Mall in Washington DC in 2016 and was named “Cultural Event of the Year” by the New York Times and “Best Architecture of 2016” by the Wall Street Journal.