Libratone, the groundbreaking wireless speaker company, is pushing the boundaries of home audio once again with
the introduction of the Libratone Loop, a versatile speaker that delivers breathtaking stereo sound and the convenience of wireless AirPlay streaming. The Libratone Loop offers multiple placement options. It can be either easily mounted on a wall or placed on a table or a shelf. Slim, stylish and wall-mountable, this circular beauty delivers attractive audio on a variety of levels.
Featuring a duo stand and a wall mount, the Libratone Loop is the most versatile speaker on the market. Whether it’s standing on a shelf, the floor or a table, the Libratone Loop remains just as powerful a sound source. Easily mounted on the wall, the Libratone Loop stays out of the way. Dressed in Libratone’s characteristic Italian wool, the speaker has changeable covers in several vivid colours that are easy to take off and replace. Extra covers are sold separately to suit all tastes and interiors.
“The Libratone Loop is born of the same design philosophy that defines the rest of the company’s lineup: uncompromising beauty and unparalleled sound quality. In addition we wanted to focus on versatility, which is why we gave the customer the option to either place the speaker on a shelf or mount it on the wall.” says Tommy Andersen, CEO of Libratone. “The Libratone Loop offers high-end features in a compact and versatile design.”
As with the rest of the Libratone product family, the Libratone Loop works seamlessly with iPad, iPhone and Android or Mac/PC, enabling outstanding sound through AirPlay or DLNA. The speaker can even be used without a Wi-Fi network router through Libratone’s PlayDirect™ technology, which works in conjunction with AirPlay and DLNA, creating a direct Wi-Fi connection between the Libratone Loop and any compatible device. You can take wireless high-end audio everywhere, without the need to be close to a wireless home network. Additionally, the Libratone Loop lets you stream wirelessly from Spotify, Pandora and Internet radio stations.