The audio equipment (speaker) of the roadside store has been decided.
It is a brand called DEVIALET. p>
Where did "French Tech" come from, which appeared in the magazine WIRED around June 2017? I first learned about Devialet in the article "What I learned by infiltrating the startup ecosystem in Paris."
I was quite worried, but at that time, I couldn't see the real thing because there was no place to handle it in Japan.
When I went to Hong Kong in October of the same year, I happened to be in Devialet at IFC Mall in Central (the ferry terminal that connects Tsim Sha Tsui and Hong Kong Island). There was a showroom.
I remember being surprised when I listened to it as well as the design of the appearance. p>
The photo was taken at that time.
It's been 4 years since 2017, and you can finally listen to Devialet calmly.
This speaker is characterized by its amazing sound spread. p>
Devialet pursues innovations (hardware, software, internal and external design, manufacturing) that are particular about every corner in order to deliver a sound that has been refined to the utmost. p>
We built a dedicated factory for Phantom, hired talented people with various experiences in all industries, and designed our own robotic assembly process and quality assurance system. p>
With over 200 patents and over 90 awards, Phantom Speakers have reached unrivaled heights. p>
I'm planning to put a record player so that I can listen to records. p>
I'm still wondering where to install the speakers.
Albitro's commitment is packed everywhere in this roadside store, and one of the elements is "sound."
I think most people haven't seen or heard it yet, so please look forward to it. p>