Goldmund introduces Melos Active Wireless loudspeaker

Swiss company Goldmund has introduced its Melos Active Wireless loudspeakers, which come in a monolithic cube housing inspired by the Gaïa speaker design adorned in the company’s signature grey finish, complemented by matching grey grilles – there’s also the option of black grilles at an additional cost.

Goldmund claims that Melos: “offers exceptional bass extension and an immersive listening experience through advanced crossover technology, delivering a lifelike soundstage that envelops the listener in a symphony of unparalleled realism.”

Designed with Proteus LS software, which includes proprietary digital filtering calculations and Leonardo time correction, its handcrafted in Geneva and can be connected to a computer wirelessly.

The company boasts: “Melos is more than just a two-way speaker; it’s a statement of luxury and devotion to sonic perfection. Soon to be accompanied by a bespoke stand designed to seamlessly blend with its aesthetic, Melos extends the idea of cohesiveness beyond audio equipment – it’s a complete work of art. Place it upon your shelf with effortless grace or elevate it to a grand floorstanding spectacle with the stand”. Able to stream wirelessly at 24-bit/48kHz, Melos pairs a soft dome tweeter (size unspecified) with a 178mm bass driver – each with their own 175W amplifier. It includes a digital coaxial in and output, measures 250 x 350 x 362mm (WxHxD), and each cabinet weighs 24kg.

Available to buy now for an eye-watering £30,000, you can find out more about the Goldmund Melos here.