The new OD-11 is a carefully re-engineered version of the legendary ortho directional loud-speaker by Stig Carlsson from 1974. Now with a built-in computer, 100 watt amplifier and the latest wifi technology. It's upgraded to play all your music, from any device, in wireless stereo. The unmistakeable warm and relaxed Carlsson sound has returned.
Re-created from original technical drawings, the 2014 version of OD-11 has the same dimensions, 10 litre volume, white cabinet with black grille, as when it was launched in 1974. When it comes to the sound, the ortho directional speaker principle is more relevant than ever, delivering the same great sound as it did 40 years ago. The genuine Carlsson sound.
Thanks to its built-in technology and wifi capabilities, OD-11 works out of the box with airplay on mac, iPhone, iPad and apple tv
and on windows too, with iTunes installed. When playing music from Spotify on a mobile device, a digital token is sent to OD-11 telling it to handle the streaming so you can turn your mobile device off and enjoy the music.
|speaker principal||ortho directional |
flow optimised bass
|frequency range||28 – 20.000 Hz|
|dimensions||262 x 272 x 262 mm |
10.3 x 10.7 x 10.3 inch
|weight||7.5 kg |
|materials||high density fiber board |
woven steel mesh
|design features||single design |
|tweeter||high efficiency |
|woofer||long throw |
6.5" woofer with
|amplifier||100 watts |
|wireless technology||beam forming |
bluetooth 4 LE
|supported services||airplay |
|power requirement||AC 100-240V |
universal power supply
|inputs||3.5mm audio in |
PCM optical in
|interface||plus / minus button |
stereo selector switch
wireless remote control designed for OD-11
RRP ex VAT: £65.83
Ortho remote.Ortho remote is the wireless remote control designed for OD-11. With ortho remote you adjust the volume, skip track and pause your music from any room, at up to 20 meters distance.…View details
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