The pole-mounted speakers from Hi-Fi Center in Italy look loud and probably sound loud. It's a two-way bass reflex loudspeaker that looks like a speaker gun, and includes carbon fiber enclosures and red elastic suspension to keep it pointed in the right direction—namely, your face. It's got a recommended power of 100 watts per side, with a 7-inch woofer, an impedence of 6ohms, and a frequency response of 45Hz to 22kHz. I'm sorry, did you say something? [AudioJunkies]
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