The Adsum Detonator has two-way passive radiators, magnesium and aluminium cone subwoofers two 19mm dual ring radiator tweeters and a frequency response between 65Hz and 40 Khz. It seems like they’re vaguely in the league of the Bowers & Wilkins PM1 or even the Cue Acoustics PS1, but they’re just starting to ship. Keep the Detonator on your nightstand and you’ll never sleep through your alarm again. [BornRich]
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