Devialet Phantom Wireless Speaker

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  • Overview

    The Devialet Phantom wireless speaker gives you the sound experience of top high-end systems for listening to the music on your iPhone or iPad—yet in an ultra-compact and powerful unit. Fusing analog and digital technologies, Phantom delivers peak sound performance, with no saturation, no distortion, and no background noise, up to 750 Watts.

    Thanks to new high-end wireless technology (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi) and unique patented technology embedded in Phantom, you can play all your music wirelessly without generating any distortion. And with the Dialog Connector (sold separately) you can connect up to twenty-four Phantom speakers using Wi-Fi for impressive high-end, cinema, or multi-room audio experiences.

    Highlights

    Superb sound performance without saturation, background noise, or distortion—even at high volumes

    Plug and play set-up via new high-end Bluetooth technology

    Potential to connect two to twenty-four* Phantoms via Wi-Fi to create hi-fi, cinema, or multi-room listening experiences

    Reproduces music from 16Hz to 25kHz, even ultra-deep basses (16Hz to 50Hz), going beyond the audible spectrum to the point where you feel rather than hear it

    Hybrid analog and digital amplification for a new performance standard

    Perfect acoustic sphere from omni-directional sound experience

    Housing hermetically sealed by 1.5 tons of pressure

    Unique ultra-dense sound produced by beats of the lateral domes

    Software that evolves as free future upgrades provide new functionality and even better performance

    Two inner engines with 60 pounds of thrust force each

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    Uniquely upgradable software lets you enhance functions and performance with future updates.

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    Experiencing breathtaking wireless sound for the music on your iPhone or iPad.

    What’s in the Box

    Devialet Phantom Wireless Speaker

    Power cord

    Quick start guide

    Tech Specs

    Connections : Bluetooth, Wireless, Optical, Ethernet

    Power : 750W

    Power Source : AC

    Height : 10.04 in./25.5 cm

    Length : 13.5 in./34.3 cm

    Width : 9.96 in./25.3 cm

    Weight : 24.25 lb./11 kg

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    UPC or EAN No. : 3663424004381

    Warranty

    Note : Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

    Manufacturer Note

    *Requires Devialet Dialog Connector, sold separately.

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  • 4.5 Average
    4 out of 5 stars
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    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Probably the best speaker I have ever bought

      This speaker is insanely powerful. The sounds is crystal clear. I used to have a sonos setup but one Devialet speaker just blows their socks off. My only regret This speaker is insanely powerful. The sounds is crystal clear. I used to have a sonos setup but one Devialet speaker just blows their socks off. My only regret so far is that I only have one.

      • Written by Aurélien B from Bruxelles

      96 of 118 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Probably the best speaker I have ever bought

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      So good they create a problem

      Having just bought a pair of Phantom Silver (the more powerful ones, but with the same amp circuitry as the regular Phantoms) in sunny Australia, my only negati Having just bought a pair of Phantom Silver (the more powerful ones, but with the same amp circuitry as the regular Phantoms) in sunny Australia, my only negative observation of the whole set-up is that the speakers are so good that they expose a problem for Apple and almost every other music streaming service. Simply put, as with all quality hi-fi equipment, the quality of the source dictates the quality of the output. And I'm sorry Apple, but brilliant though Apple Music is, the limitations of the compressed files is shown up starkly by the Phantoms. Run a comparison of the same tracks on Apple Music and a cd-quality (16 bit 44KHz) streaming service on the Phantoms and the difference is tangible. So, I love the Phantoms, and I love all things Apple, but selling these speakers simply highlights a problem - and opportunity - for Apple: please just hurry up and offer a premium quality lossless version of Apple Music.

      • Written by Martin S from Carlton

      57 of 63 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?So good they create a problem

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Best value speaker

      When I say best value, I obviously mean that for 2k it sounds like a 20k system. Plus the fact that it's all boiled down to one relatively compact unit. The sou When I say best value, I obviously mean that for 2k it sounds like a 20k system. Plus the fact that it's all boiled down to one relatively compact unit. The sound that comes out of this will absolutely amaze. The bass. Oh the sweet bass. It's balanced sound is perfect for all genres of music. I tried to make do with one because of the cost, but you need two. It's far and away better that way, and worth every single penny you can scrape together to buy them. You don't need to be an audiophile to appreciate. Eat ramen for a few months. Don't go out to drink with friends. Then throw parties with these babies. Your ears and friends will thank you.

      • Written by Zubin P from San Diego

      37 of 45 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Best value speaker

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Good Sound. Terrible interface!

      Its a good speaker. Great sound. The problem is the Spark Interface. It is clunky and not intuitive.Its hard to find your music. there are no columns of inform Its a good speaker. Great sound. The problem is the Spark Interface. It is clunky and not intuitive.Its hard to find your music. there are no columns of information such as album, artist, title. If you select 'Album', every track shows up individually rather than just the album name. This is unnecessary and makes it difficult to play an album with one click ( every song in the album needs to be selected individually into the play queue particularly with compilation albums). Time consuming! The spark app does not easily pick up new albums added to folders.In fact it does not recognise folders. It only recognises the information entered into the tracks properties. This is frustrating. The search function is incomplete and sometimes I cannot find my songs in Spark. I was told that I could connect to Tidal music station but in fact, I cannot. The system requires additional equipment that costs another $400. This was misleading. I now subscribe to Spotify because I cannot reliably play my own music on this system. This interface is significantly harder to use than Sonos.

      • Written by Sudeep A from Lane Cove

      7 of 12 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Good Sound. Terrible interface!

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Incredible sound but requires separate software

      The sound is spectacular (bought the Silver 3,000 Watts) however the problem is that it requires a separate "Spark" app to play the music. The constant updates The sound is spectacular (bought the Silver 3,000 Watts) however the problem is that it requires a separate "Spark" app to play the music. The constant updates also take time so if you come home and quickly want to switch on some back ground music it can often take a while. Real shame it doesn't just play music streamed from iTunes.

      • Written by Andrew B from New York

      31 of 37 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Incredible sound but requires separate software

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      So good they create a problem

      Having just bought a pair of Phantom Silver (the more powerful ones, but with the same amp circuitry as the regular Phantoms) in sunny Australia, my only negati Having just bought a pair of Phantom Silver (the more powerful ones, but with the same amp circuitry as the regular Phantoms) in sunny Australia, my only negative observation of the whole set-up is that the speakers are so good that they expose a problem for Apple and almost every other music streaming service. Simply put, as with all quality hi-fi equipment, the quality of the source dictates the quality of the output. And I'm sorry Apple, but brilliant though Apple Music is, the limitations of the compressed files is shown up starkly by the Phantoms. Run a comparison of the same tracks on Apple Music and a cd-quality (16 bit 44KHz) streaming service on the Phantoms and the difference is tangible. So, I love the Phantoms, and I love all things Apple, but selling these speakers simply highlights a problem - and opportunity - for Apple: please just hurry up and offer a premium quality lossless version of Apple Music.

      • Written by Martin S from Carlton

      57 of 63 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?So good they create a problem

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