The Loit Eagle Audio System—How Do You Load It?
Is one very nifty design enough to sell the Loit Eagle Neo-Retro CD Player?
The Loit Eagle Neo-Retro CD Player is big on design, but small on specs info.
September 10, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

Can being cool looking be seen as a bad thing? Don’t ask Fonzie; ask Art Lebedev.

They’ve got this funky-fresh CD player that has no name, no specs and presumably a super high price in full display on their website. Gizmodo says that the CD drive sits “atop a triangular, uber-minimalist amplifier.” Unfortunately, they don’t say anything else.

Well, their design has got me hooked. I want one and I don’t even know anything about it—including how to load it. On the one hand, I am annoyed that they’d think I would buy it based on so little info. Then again, I can be easily sold today. Maybe they knew.

See what you think; more pics can be found on the Art. Lebedev Studio website.




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