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The Bearbrick Audio 400% Bluetooth Speaker

The Bearbrick Audio 400% Bluetooth Speaker  ·  Source: Bearbrick Audio

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The Bearbrick Audio 400% Bluetooth Speaker resembles a collectible toy figurine, but this collaborative design from Medicom Toy and Rinaro Isodynamics is more than just aesthetic.

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Inside the bear, the QUAD’360 system projects an omnidirectional sound. Meanwhile, two bears can join forces to form a wireless stereo setup. This Bearbrick Audio design is available in 3 limited edition variants, so you should find something that suits your lifestyle.

Designing the Bearbrick Audio 400% Bluetooth Speaker

A pair of 20mm tweeters have been specifically designed to fit inside each of the bear’s ears, while the dual 40 mm woofers are contained the head, which is hermetically sealed for optimum acoustic clarity.

The design itself is a result of over 20,000 hours of development time and is comprised of 214 completely new individual parts. The impressive QUAD’360 technology was developed by Ukrainian manufacturer, Rinaro Isodynamics.

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The Bearbrick Audio 400% Bluetooth Speaker

The detail of the design.

As a collectible item, it only makes sense that the internal lithium-ion battery is replaceable. In 1.5 hours it will charge fully via the USB-C port at the unit’s base, and then provide approximately 6 hours of uninterrupted playback.

The bears are Bluetooth 5.0 equipped, pairing easily with iOS or Android devices, and you can setup a stereo system simply by pairing the speakers with one another.

Pricing and availability:

Bearbrick Audio 400% Bluetooth Speakers are currently available for preorder, priced at $499, and shipping from November when they will also be available at selected retailers.

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The Bearbrick Audio 400% Bluetooth Speaker

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One response to “The Bearbrick Audio 400% Bluetooth Speaker is no toy”

    DC says:
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    So, a standalone (not paired with another one) plays in stereo anyway (hence the two speakers)? Aux input available?

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