The speaker market is a literal sea of choices and Morel Audio is giving you yet another to choose from. The Högtalare Speaker System was designed by the “award-winning” designers at Morel Audio and was made with Ikea users in mind.
The Högtalare Speaker System has a minimalist design and Morel says the speaker is tuned to offer a superior alternative to Ikea’s own cheaply made and low-cost Eneby speaker.
Högtalare fits perfectly into Ikea’s Kallak and Expedit bookshelves, but it also integrates into any bookshelf audio system. Högtalare features two tweeters and an integrated 6-inch subwoofer to deliver massive, accurate sound that can fill up any room.
Owners can enjoy detailed highs, crystal-clear mids, and robust bass that are the trademark of Morel’s sound. Högtalare offers an emotionally powerful listening experience that is deep and powerful yet very articulate. The lifelike, high resolution, dynamic sound quality will make you forget you’re listening to loudspeakers.
Over the years, Morel has developed a sterling reputation for technological innovation and design excellence. Morel drivers, including tweeters, midrange, and woofers are utilized in some of the most demanding, high-end products around the globe. Features: wireless Bluetooth 4.2; 45HZ-20KHZ; single unit stereo/dual unit stereo; and 50 watts per channel.Morel Audio Press Release
Some of the technical specifications of the Högtalare Speaker System include:
- 1×6″ double magnet woofer
- 2×1″ soft dome tweeters
- 330 mm high, 330 mm wide, 180mm deep
- 50 watts per channel
- Dedicated amplifiers for each component
- 45hz – 20khz frequency response
- Single unit stereo
- Pair two units for dual unit stereo
- USB, AUX, Subwoofer outputs
- Bluetooth 4.2; WiFi Ready
- Magnetic Grill Connectors
- Qualcomm APTX
- Reinforced cabinet
- DSP Unit
The speaker retails for US$299, which is a bit more than Ikea’s offering but if it offers up a better sound, so it may be worth it to some. You can find out more and get a launch discount on Morel Audio’s website.
Last Updated on February 3, 2021.