German speaker specialist Elac has unveiled the Bauhaus version of its MicroSUB 2010 speaker, as inspired by the work of Dutch artist Piet Mondrian.
Adorned in the classic colourful grid pattern typical of the De Stijl abstract art movement, the MicroSUB is as much iconic visual statement as it is sonic powerhouse.
By the way, it claims to be the smallest hi-fi subwoofer in the world at just 218x150x178mm and houses four amplifiers - two for bass drivers and two for satellites - and can be partnered with satellite loudspeakers to create a classic 2.1 desktop speaker system.
Cinch sockets ensure a wide range of products can be hooked up easily, from modern MP3 players to classic long players.
Available now, the limited edition MicroSUB 2010 should retail for around £870.
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