how long have you been lamenting about the fact that Android devices still lack of lossless audio streaming? been a while, we would imagine, but not anymore – if you are willing to part with $399 for the Wren V5PF Wireless Speaker, which is one of the only two wireless speakers currently to offer Android users streaming of lossless audio files via DTS Play-Fi technology. this itself is already good enough to draw users like us, and that’s not to mention it’s rad old-school look. and that look is by no accident; the Pennsylvania-based firm marries old-school audio materials (well, maybe with some touches of modern styling as well) and classic audio know-how with modern day technology to create a speaker that promised to deliver vibrant and room-filling sound in an elegant, acoustically-advantageous package.
a dual custom-designed 3″ long throw drivers with four layer voice coils and a pair of edge-driven 19mm soft dome tweeters, bolstered by built-in DSP-controlled class D amplifier, works alongside with an acoustically optimized half-inch thick laminated MDF board, provides the oomph in the audio reproduction. other features include the option to go with either real bamboo or rosewood cabinet, an acoustically transparent grille that aid in negating cabinet sound distortion, stabilizing pad for vibration absorption, multi-room listening and streaming, a 3.5mm auxiliary input for other non-Android sources, a powered USB port for charging your mobile devices, and a connectivity range of up to 150 feet (46 meters) from the WiFi router or access point. available now from Wren online shop.