SATORI & SCOUT have seen some really impressive sound systems of late and this architectural object is no different. Perhaps more aesthetically akin to a Japanese or U.A.E high street full of skyscrapers and sculptural objects, this speaker design is certainly unique. Dubbed the Constellation Audio Leo, this nicely contemporary speaker ‘box’ certainly packs it’s punch too, complete with a 6” subwoofer and 560w of amplification, as well as all the awesome Chromecast, AirPlay (and Bluetooth connectivity) benefits.
As Constellation describe their Leo, “…it is a tri-amplified stereo sound system that delivers inspiring performance from any source, be it a moving-coil phono cartridge, a networked computer, an Internet radio station, a high-end music streamer, a CD player or even a smartphone. All of this is controlled through the familiar, friendly interface of a smartphone or tablet, with only the most essential controls—power, volume, input selection and play/pause/track skip—on Leo’s front panel.”
Pretty much exactly what most music lovers have long awaited in being a compact smart music system that delivers the audio you want, any way you want it without the slightest sacrifice in sound quality, convenience or style, Leo is certainly an interesting proposition. With Constellation normally known for manufacturing and designing super high-end audiophile equipment, the Leo is a nod in a new direction in being more accessibly priced and in a form that most other brands don’t like: the Leo is not a device to be hidden away – like, say, SONOS or theApple HomePod – but rather at the centre of attention.
- Price: £149.00
- Price: £149.00
- Price: £228.98Was: £249.00
Discover more about the speaker system online at: ConstellationAudio.com
Making Sound From All The OptionsNo matter what your preference in wireless sound technology, Leo offers an option, that is a main beauty of the device. WiFi, Google Chromecast and Apple AirPlay are all built in so you can stream losslessly from any networked computer. For times when simplicity and universal compatibility are required, there’s always Bluetooth.
(Photography Credit : Constellation)