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Super-cool Poet Pandoretta Speaker

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Concerned that the year is 2015 and your living room still doesn't look like a live-action set of The Jetsons? It might be time to invest in one of these... 

As well as looking space-age, the Poet Pandoretta 360º is ingeniously space-saving. Inside that stainless steel case are seven (seven!) speakers, and a 170 watt amplifier. You can connect to it wirelessly using apt-X Bluetooth and Apple AirPlay, while there are two inputs for wired connections. 

Poet boast that the Pandoretta is, "likely the finest 360º sound system in the world," which would be the minimum requirement, really, given its £2,500 price tag.

And that's just the price for the speaker box. If you want to add the stylish oak-baseº, you'll have to fork out an extra £1,500.

Mind you, if the whole package sounds as good as it looks, you may be getting somewhere near value for money.

Have a look at the pictures below, designed to help you visualise the Pandoretta in your modern, minimalist, mountain-region home. Which we all have, obviously.

[Via: Uncrate]

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