Book of Music introduces the curvey Teti Speaker system



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Everyone loves curves, right? Well, that was not trying to be a loaded question, but still. Curves are especially loved in the world of high-end audio equipment. Book of Music’s “Teti Speaker” takes that love to the next level with their amazing design and resulting amazing sound specifications. The company claims the speaker’s design is “no accident” and is used to accurately increase the beautiful noise eminating from within. Proper phase relationship and all of that jazz. You audiophiles know what I’m talking about, wink wink.

Each speaker features a 6.5-inch paper cone woofer for an overall frequency response from 38Hz to 40kHz (±2dB) with a sensitivity of 89dB/W/m. With a stock finish, the Teti carries a price tag of $9920 each; a special liquid-rubber paint job costs a little more for $10,481 and custom finishes costs even more.

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