The Matti from Tutti Studio wants to be your ultimate party speaker

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Tutti Studio

The retro 60’s look is certainly appealing to me personally and the specs and features look good on paper.

We cover a lot of Bluetooth speakers on this website so it’s always interesting when a brand calls itself the “ultimate.” The Matti from Tutti Studio is calling itself just that and the design is certainly interesting. The retro 60’s look is certainly appealing to me personally and the specs and features look good on paper. Tutti Studio is currently crowdfunding the Matti on Kickstarter with a starting price of $159 and $169.

“At Tutti Studio, we wanted to create a sound system that catches the eyes and ears of young adults, and adds personality to the way they dance, connect, and socialize together,” said CEO of Tutti Studios, Jonathan Linn. “Our newest speaker, the Matti, is more than a traditional audio device. It cranks out plenty of volume with a high-level of clarity, featuring a 360-degree speaker design that reaches all sides of the dance floor. We want to inspire people to play hard, party hard, and go crazy with up to eight Mattis that surround them with music. It’s next generation fun!”

Here’s a short features list provided by the company:

  • One speaker in “Stereo Mode” for a traditional sound experience
  • Two speakers assign one as left and one as right for a significantly larger soundstage
  • Three speakers create a completely immersive sound experience with left, right and center
  • A unique function of Tutti Matti speakers is the ability to join up to eight of them together
  • Microphone included for Karaoke or emcee

Matti is crowdfunding on Kickstarter right now. 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 crowdfunding campaigns does not mean we support or are affiliated with them. Support at your own risk.

For those that want the best deal, the Matti is currently available in limited numbers for $159 or $169 via Kickstarter before it goes up to the final price of $239 for the remainder of the campaign. However, for those that do not want to wait, the Matti can be ordered now at the full retail price of $299 at https://www.tutti.studio/.

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