Inspired by greats of Herman Miller and Dieter Rams, American designer Kyle Dell’Aquila has created a hi-tech furniture unit that seems to bring the classic aura of the mid 19th century into modern living rooms. Hailed as “Credenza Symphonic,” the musical furniture piece not just presents a clean, sleek design but also produces quality sound to woo ardent audiophiles. Simplifying the complex controls of high end audio equipments, the long table presents a minimal setup to allow hassle free audio reproduction with simple arrangements.
Employing Vinyl LP Record to get close to the original detail and tone of the track, the audio table also integrates Quad II Classic with two channel analogue valve amplifiers to minimize unnecessary friction and deliver proper output to ensure a quality performance. Hiding a canvas-linen layer elegantly at the rear to shield the electrostatic membrane, the furniture piece uses electrostatic speakers to confirm low level sound distortion and reduce the overall weight of the unit.
Apart from producing quality sound with simple controls, the Credenza Symphonic also doubles as a standard living room table and a cabinet to clear all your audio playback clutter neatly.