Urbanears’ First Connected Speakers Have Arrived
Urbanears have just unveiled their first ever Connected Speakers. Released in two different sizes, the Baggen and the Stammen are designed with you and your home in mind, and are engineered to bring boundless connectivity and powerful sound to the multi-room listening experience.
Founded in 2008, Stockholm’s Urbanears have quickly established themselves as one of the go-to headphone makers on the market today. So it would only seem like a natural progression for the tech company to branch out into the speaker world. The result – the Stammen and the Baggen.
Wrapped in a range of colourful and acoustically transparent fabric, the Urbanears Connected Speakers are equipped to introduce powerful, well-balance soundscapes whilst fitting seamlessly into any of your living spaces. Made with maximum ease of use and seamless integration, these speakers are built for everyday listening.
Aptly named after Swedish housing blocks, the Stammen and Baggen speakers are packed with advanced Wi-Fi technology. The speakers allow users to listen to their favourite tunes from a variety of sources, with the likes of Spotify, Airplay, and Chromecast built-in, as well as Bluetooth connectivity and old-school aux compatibility meaning you essentially connect to anything.
Neat and powerful, the Stammen is the smaller of the two speakers, and is packed with a subwoofer and two neodymium dome tweeters. As such, the Stammen will treat your ears to a full sound experience, and has the ability to combine with other Connected Speakers if you want to form your own multi-room system.
Always connected and ready to play, the mighty Baggen is up for just about anything. Baggen has an extra hefty set of vocals, offering big, well-balanced sound, with a deep bass and generous frequency range. It’s perfect for larger spaces like living rooms, patios, and open-floor-plan homes.
The Urbanears Connected Speakers are available now over at the Urbanears Website, where a Stamen will set you back around the £300, while the Baggen costs around £400.