Soundfreaq Targets Audiophiles with Sound Stack Bluetooth Speaker

Soundfreaq's latest, largest speaker is compatible with the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Android and Blackberry.


Audiophiles: Get ready to Freaq out. Soundfreaq just announced the new Soundfreaq Sound Stack, a speaker that accepts wireless audio streams from any Bluetooth-compatible device.

With this latest announcement and the company’s own DubSub technology, Soundfreaq is hoping to interest the audiophile market.

“After two years in development, we’re extremely proud of the acoustic bar that Sound Stack sets. It delivers power with detail, bringing instruments and voices closer to the listener than on any home system we’ve heard,” said Matthew Paprocki, Soundfreaq’s co-founder and creative director. “Throughout our testing, enthusiasts and artists alike have commented that they ‘can see the music being played.’ Combined with our industry-leading feature set and value, it’s a no-compromise product.”

Soundfreaq says that this is the company’s largest speaker to date, featuring engineered Kevlar-reinforced drivers, a tuned triple-ported housing, and proprietary UQ3 spatial sound enhancement. It’s also got the aforementioned DubSub, which is a 2.2 speaker configuration that pairs two full-range drivers with two active subwoofers.

The Sound Stack works with all Bluetooth-compatible devices including the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Android and Blackberry. It also features docking and charging for those iOS products, as well as a universal USB-charging port.

Besides your personal music, the Sound Stack can add a nice boost to services such as Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, HBO GO, Pandora, Spotify, and much more.

Available now, Soundfreaq’s Sound Stack has a free compatible app for both Apple and Android devices. It retails for $399.


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