Pro-Ject’s Colorful Audio System Is A Vibrant Home Stereo Upgrade
The high-fidelity set features a turntable, an integrated amp and bookshelf speakers.
Once you’ve tuned into an upgrade to your home audio system, be it via luxe new headphones — or better still, a full sound system — there’s no turning back. Pro-Ject Audio’s latest hi-fi audio system imagines things differently, though: Specifically, in an eye-catching range of vibrant colors.
The Pro-Ject Audio Colorful Sound System lives up to its name, available in four fun and eye-popping colors (plus classic black and white options, too). You might call that the tip of the audio iceberg.
The colors aren’t the only draw, since the system boasts an A-to-Z lineup of all the pieces you need to build an optimal home listening experience.
Those specs include the Debut Carbon EVO audiophile turntable, a worthy centerpiece of any well-curated home vinyl set-up, plus an MaiA S3 integrated amp and stereo bookshelf speakers, for good measure.
It’s worth noting that for those who prefer an ultra-classic look, the Audio Set comes in a handsome Walnut set-up, too.
Pro-Ject Audio didn’t cut corners when it comes to audio specs, to say the least: Of the turntable, Pro-Ject Audio notes that it uses “technically correct design & expert craftsmanship by hand, making it “a turntable that is built to last you a lifetime.”
That attention to design detail goes beyond just the turntable and speakers: The set comes complete with Damp it TPE speaker isolation pods, the better to maximize audio distribution and quality.
Since color options are a nice draw in addition to crisp and clear hi-fi listening, options like lush Satin Green or Satin Yellow add a touch of style to any listening-meets-living space, as if the impressive audio specs weren’t enough.
The set-up should handily convince anyone in need of an audio upgrade to make a move, particularly given the splurge-worthy but not outrageous $1,999 price tag.
When you can secure a crystal-clear listening experience with all the bells and whistles for that price tag, we’d suggest you let your ears make the decision for you.