Audio Pro reveal the ultimate home sound system, Drumfire II
The speaker stack offers high-quality audio, wireless connectivity, multi-room streaming, and advanced preset options
Audio Pro Drumfire II
Swedish speaker specialist Audio Pro announces the powerful Drumfire II speaker system, an improved version of the original Drumfire.
The speaker system, as with its predecessor, has two parts to it — the smaller speaker Drumfire D-2 and the subwoofer Drumfire II. It comes with many improvements to its audio quality, much-acclaimed preset options and wireless connectivity to Spotify Connect and Bluetooth.
While customers can purchase the full speaker stack, the company offers the speaker, the Drumfire D-2, alone without the subwoofer which provides a “classy sound” by itself and sits nicely on tabletops and on shelves.
On the Audio Pro website, Jens Henriksen, CCO at Audio Pro says: “When Drumfire was released in 2018, we expected a positive reaction, but even in our wildest imagination, we could not have foreseen the product would be so popular.
“Four years on, we have updated our award-winning bad boy, meeting the need to offer both AirPlay 2 and Google Cast, alongside our own multiroom streaming option.”
The speaker’s preset buttons have also increased to six. These are customisable, so users can change them to start playing a chosen playlist or radio station with one click of a button, without the need to open their phone.
Jens says: “Our popular presets buttons, by which you can easily start your favourite playlist or radio channel with a simple push of a button directly on the speaker, without even opening the app on your phone, are something that still gets very positive reviews. We are taking the opportunity to increase the number of preselection buttons now in connection with the new launch,” says Jens Henriksen.
You can pick up either the full Drumfire II stack or either section separately in Coal Black, Platinum Grey or Arctic White colourways.
Altogether the Drumfire II costs $800, and the D-2 by itself will set you back $450.
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