Electrocompaniet Tana SL2 Wireless Streaming Speaker Announced
Electrocompaniet has announced its 2nd generation Tana wireless streaming speaker.
Electrocompaniet's Tana 2 speakers are the follow-up to its popular Tana SL1 and L1 wireless speakers. Produced in the company's state-of-the-art factory in Norway, the Tana 2 sports new software, a new cabinet and new functionality.
Boasting a 150W Class AB amplifier inside its newly designed rigid metal cabinet promises to make the Tana SL2 the best sounding speaker in its class, according to Electrocompaniet.
The 250x180x180 mm (HxWxD) Tana SL2 adds 2 passive radiators for an even more compact and bass-rich sound. Customisation comes by way of interchangeable decorative fabric grilles.
Powered by brand new in-house developed software and an accompanying app the Tana SL2's 192kHz/24bit DAC decodes the audio from the pair of digital inputs (Optical and Coax) as well as from the in-built streamer.
The streamer supports Internet Radio, Tidal, Tidal Connect, Qobuz, Apple AirPlay 2, and Spotify Connect. It is also Roon Ready and Bluetooth compatible. Naturally, Ethernet is via both cabled and Wi-Fi connectivity.
You also have the option to add the Tana L2 slave speaker for true stereo and even bring in the Sira L1 subwoofer for even more low-end punch.
Available now, the Electrocompaniet SL2 costs €1,699 (~S$2,799), and the L2, €1,449 (~S$2,399).
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