Cabasse declines its The Pearl in a compact, powerful 2.1 audio system sold … 2,500 euros

The manufacturer Cabasse achieves a new feat in terms of miniaturization. After having reduced his enormous enclosure La Sphère to make a more compact model, called The Pearl, he takes a new step with The Pearl Keshi.
This 2.1 system is composed of two satellites of minimalist format (8 cm in diameter) and a connected and compact subwoofer (22 cm in diameter). These elements evoke pearls by their spherical shapes.

The set develops a total power of 1050 W RMS (300 W for each satellite and 450 W for the subwoofer). It is capable of reaching a peak level of 115 dB. The Pearl Keshi system features micro USB, 3.5mm jack and optical SPDIF connectors. It also benefits from Ethernet, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi interfaces for multiroom use.
Thanks to Cabasse’s StreamCONTROL app, it can play traditional audio files (MP3, AAC, WMA), but also high definition files (AIFF, FLAC, ALAC). It is also compatible with most online music services (Qobuz, Tidal, Spotify, Deezer, Web radios…).

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The Pearl Keshi system will be on sale at the end of October at a price of 2,490 euros.

The manufacturer also offers the limited series The Pearl Pelegrina, composed of two spherical speakers on stand, and offering a dizzying power of 7,400 W RMS. However, it will be necessary to pay the very high sum of 25,000 euros to benefit from it.


Cabasse declines Pearl compact powerful audio system sold euros

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