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Feast your eyes on the new KROME metallic speaker range from Void Acoustics.

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Void Acoustics KROME in gold. Credit: Void Acoustics

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Void Acoustics has launched KROME, a new range of metallic speakers.

The high-end club and venue installation manufacturer first put its chrome speakers on the market in 2016, with custom-designed systems for KOR cocktail bars in Shanghai and Taipei. The new KROME range offers an update to that range in response to “customer demand” in the corporate sector.

The speakers are made from fibreglass and are available in a selection of colours including black, gold and silver. In addition, they are compatible with Void’s existing audio systems, including Air, Nexus and Incubus.

Attendees of the trade show ISE were the first to get a look at the speakers. “We are incredibly proud to unveil our KROME surface finish at ISE,” said Rog Mogale, co-founder of Void Acoustics.

Void Acoustics KROME speakers
Credit: Void Acoustics

“Void’s approach has always been to provide exceptional audio solutions that are as stunning to the eye as they are to the ear. We’re looking forward to seeing attendee’s reactions to this show stopping distinctive finish at our stand.”

Void Acoustics has not yet confirmed when the KROME range will be on the market or pricing, but we’ll endeavour to keep you in the loop if we find out more.

For more info in the meantime, head to Void Acoustics.

Void Acoustics KROME speaker system
Credit: Void Acoustics

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They’ve also said that the new technology potentially has applications other than music.

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