Let’s face it, you can buy a Bluetooth speaker from just about anywhere these days. Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Amazon the places to buy and the amount of brands is staggering. But most of those Bluetooth speakers all look about the same. Plastic, rubber, some aluminum but generally all the same. The MUZEN OTR actually looks really cool. With its retro design and wood build, it looks like a nice desktop showpiece. The speaker is tiny but the company promises big sound from this little guy. Here are some of its features and check out the video with the story behind this little speaker (skip to 3:00 if you just want to see the speaker).
- Small Body with Big Sound
- Vintage Design
- Made from Natural Wood
- Sophisticated Craftsmanship
- Bluetooth & FM Receiver
- 10-hour Playtime
This campaign is not just a Crowdfunding for us to bring MUZEN OTR Wood (Radio Caroline Edition) overseas; this is an opportunity for us to pay tribute to Radio Caroline, a pirate radio station which has inspired numerous DJs and music lovers around the world. MUZEN and one of its founders, Mr. Zeng, has decided to share 10% of the harvest in the upcoming Crowdfunding to Radio Caroline to help their broadcasts. Every purchase of a MUZEN OTR Wood (Radio Caroline Edition) will also receive a Radio Caroline souvenir pack.
MUZEN OTR Wood (Radio Caroline Edition) is made of natural wood. The small retro style radio is sophisticatedly crafted which captures the essence of radio design. The exquisite sound and the smooth edges of the MUZEN OTR Wood (Radio Caroline Edition) will make you fall in love with it. Search for your favorite channel with the knob, using a vintage touch to listen to today’s hits, and feel the spirit of Radio Caroline. Listen to Radio Caroline on the MUZEN OTR Wood speaker using its Bluetooth and AUX capabilities through your smartphones, tablets or PCs.
The MUZEN OTR is being crowdfunded on Indiegogo at $69USD. As with any crowdfunding campaign, there is a risk supporting them. We’ve recently heard about several that we’ve written about that have failed or are having issues. Our reporting on Kickstarter campaigns does not mean we support or are affiliated with them. Support at your own risk.Back on Indiegogo