High-End 2024: Cabasse Pearl Myuki

Portable speaker you can also use in your living room at home.

written by / 2024-05-18 - 12:00 pm
High-End 2024: Cabasse Pearl Myuki

Few, if any, realise that Cabasse has been making speakers since 1950. They weren’t always spherical, but in recent years, the round spheres have become a kind of trademark for Cabasse. And so it is here too. The tiny Cabasse Pearl Myuki are the smallest of them all (the most expensive ones cost more than €100,000), and with a battery, they’re also easy to carry around.

(Photo: Lasse Svendsen)

Woofers on the sides and midrange and tweeter on the front, like some of the larger models. They can be connected in stereo and multi-room and support Bluetooth, WiFi and network streaming.

There is of course an app for control and pairing, and the speakers are also Roon Ready.

(Photo: Lasse Svendsen)

There is no HDMI input here, but you can connect your TV audio via the optical input. There is also an analogue input, e.g. for a turntable with a built-in phono stage.

(Photo: Lasse Svendsen)

The speakers can be powered in the living room and then simply unplugged and carried out with the integrated bowling-style hand grip. They come with a carrying case that also has room for the charging cable and USB charger, which, when fully charged, will have enough battery for approximately 12 hours of music.

Cabasse lists the price at 990 euros each and the speakers will be in stores in June.

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