Tom DeVesto founder of Cambridge SoundWorks and Tivoli Audio, has just launched Como Audio and the Solo and Duetto entertainment systems are the first products under that new brand that is the subject of a new Kickstarter campaign that you can follow HERE.
Solo has a custom Digital Signal Processor (DSP) with a digital amplifier. It comes with six pre-sets for your music sources, a 71mm colour display for artist/song meta data and available album art, four-layer voice coil, 76mm woofer and 60W RMS amplifier with 19mm tweeter, dual independent alarms, Internet radio accessing 20,000 stations including Podcasts, multi-room capable, Bluetooth with aptX, is Google Cast/Amazon Dot-ready, NFC, DLNA, has four high-res inputs, DAB/DAB+ available for outside North America and has an optical input to connect audio from a TV. Solo will wirelessly stream music from your computer and comes with a remote control unit, as well as free iOS and Android “Como Control” app. It arrives in furniture grade wood finishes, as well as a high-gloss lacquer white.
Duetto has everything that Solo has except it comes in a slightly larger model with a 81mm colour display for meta data, with more drivers to fill a larger room with greater sound. Each product will receive updates through the Internet.
Solo measures 127 x 241 x 119mm and will retail for £299. Duetto is 134 x 143 x 368mm and will retail for £399.
These products will initially be offered for sale through a Kickstarter campaign that begins immediately with product delivery in the third quarter of this year.
For more information regarding Solo and Duetto, visit www.comoaudio.com.