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Bluetooth enabled Stereo Tabernaculum is an audiophile treat

Taking inspiration from a mid century stereo stand, Polish-born designer Marek Olkusz has created the Stereo Tabernaculum, a beautiful beech wood cabinet housing an amplifier. The Bluetooth enabled Stereo Tabernaculum, which is designed to hold a record player, is in the shape of a 3D trapezoid that has been stands vertically to give it animation and a humanoid quality. The legs come with swiveling coasters and the two wheels on the front are lockable.

The metal tubing skeleton provides support for the reconfigured Hi-Fi amplifier from the ‘70s, two custom made speakers and a Bluetooth receiver. The Stereo Tabernaculum’s center platform is meant for the phonograph and the back panel accommodates a jack plate with the auxiliary input and a power outlet. There is no word on pricing, but it’s undoubtedly a treat for the most discerning audiophiles.

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