Kayak is the latest addition to the NACSound range. It builds on the technology research started with Freewheeler, designed with Ron Arad, which introduced for the first time the concept of a single body with stereophonic emission.
Kayak is designed to be suspended horizontally between two opposing walls or pillars, or vertically between floor and ceiling. With its output of 60W, it is ideal for use in homes or anywhere with insufficient space for the speakers to be mounted from the ceiling.
Available by special order only. This very special design comes in a variety of very special finishes. However, the basic, but shiny aluminum, starts at about $5,000.
LimeLight Audio AL-1500 Audio Lamp Speaker
The AL-1500 Speaker Lamp was designed large enough to produce high quality audio, while being small enough to resemble attractive contemporary lamps. The two-way bass reflex enclosure incorporates dual ports, with a 1″ soft dome tweeter facing upward, and a 6 1/2″ woofer facing downwards. The sound is then reflected off of the adjacent cones, that re-direct the sound horizontally in a 360 degree range away from the enclosure.
The unique design allows for improved porting capabilities, resulting in better low-end performance and higher power handling capabilities than bookshelf speakers of similar size. Because they are omni-directional, these speakers can be placed on end tables, night stands, desks, or other furniture; and they always face the listener no matter where they are placed in the room.
This award-winning product can be used as a stereo pair, or used in conjunction with whole house or home theater components. The AL-1500 speakers are sure to impress the design connoisseur and audio enthusiast alike! For $1,295, you can get a pair of these for dueling end tables. If you want to add your own shade, you can knock $50 off the price and get them without.