Devialet gives "entry level" Phantom wireless speaker more power

The Devialet Phantom looks like no other wireless speaker. When it launched a couple of years ago, it carried a price tag that made you wonder if a decimal point had been misplaced, it rocked out 750 W of zero saturation, distortion-free sound from its unusual driver configuration and attracted more than its fair share of audio expert appreciation. The French audio house has since released a 3,000 W Silver model and a 4,500 W Gold version, which really made the original look like a poor relation. That’s now been remedied with the release of an updated 1,200 W “entry level” Phantom…
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