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Luna by crazybaby Telescopic Speaker Aims for Sonos

Crazybaby Luna in hand

Chinese startup, crazybaby will soon launch a Kickstarter campaign for a connected home wireless speaker. The futuristic, softball-like portable speaker called Luna can sense your presence and will activate the moment you enter a room. It also impresses by utilizing MESHNET network technology, with multi-point connectivity, and app-based controls that can support up to 32 zones, similar to Sonos.

Crazybaby says their Luna portable speaker delivers incredible, full-bodied sound with an independent high frequency horn and a full-range speaker. The centerpiece of the design is the Luna Eye, a groundbreaking design that uses an auto-wake up smart electric telescopic system and adjustable color kit that lets you set the lighting to match the user’s listening experience.

Crazybaby Luna wireless speaker

Crafted with aircraft grade-aluminum and shaped in a perfect palm-sized sphere, Luna claims to offer phenomenal sound from a 2-inch full-range NdFeB speaker, which boasts less distortion and a more linear magnetic path. Thanks to the independent high frequency horn, Luna is said to be balanced and smooth in all frequency ranges which makes the music both naturally pleasant and distinctly more layered.

“What makes Luna revolutionary is that it combines wireless portability with support for multiple units,” said crazybaby Founder and Lead Designer Allen Zhang. “With the crazybaby+ App, Luna’s excellent multi-room support allows the average user to build an audio network and control station that is customized to their needs, without the use of wires or the need for special installation.”

Crazybaby Luna package

Price and Availability

The Luna by crazybaby Kickstarter campaign will launch soon. Price unknown. But you can sign-up for the waitlist here.

Features:

  • Luna Eye: front light with adjustable Hue and saturation to spice the space up
  • 10-watt 1-inch NdFeB high frequency horn tweeter
  • 10-watt 2-inch NdFeB full-range driver
  • 2-1/2″ passive radiator
  • Multiple Luna can be easily paired to build a 2.0 system for Stereo, 4.0 system for party, and even 32 units for a connected home audio solution.
  • Powered by MESHNET network technology, the multi-room connectivity can be expanded up to 32 rooms with an highly reliable and stable wireless network, proprietary to crazybaby.
  • Auto-Wake Up feature: powered by smart electric telescopic system, Luna Eye automatically emerges when Luna is powered on.
  • Spherical body made of aircraft-grade aluminum, created using cutting-edge CNC cold forging and three-dimensional stretch-bending technology.
  • Smart device for connected home: Luna detects your arrival and welcomes you home.
  • 8 hours of audio playback, Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, Charging via USB
  • Wireless support for AirPlay, DLNA, OTA, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth low energy (BLE) 4.0
  • Dimensions: 98mm (W) x 94.5 mm (H) x 98 mm (D)
  • crazybaby App (for iOS & Android)
    • Color Wheel & Saturation Change
    • Home Detection Auto Wake Up
    • Wake Up with Favorite Songs
    • Customized Music Schedule
    • Multi room Group Control
    • WiFi – Bluetooth Easy Switch

About crazybaby
Founded in 2014, by Allen Zhang, Crazybaby products fuse elegant design and superior quality to deliver the ultimate audio experience. Crazybaby launched with a successful Indiegogo project that generated over $820,000 USD from supporters all over the globe.

Their first creation and the source of the Indiegogo success, Mars by Crazybaby, is the world’s first levitating wireless Hi-Fi system. The futuristic design features a UFO-shaped “Mars Craft” with a 1.75″ full range speaker and a 3.75″ subwoofer known as the Mars Base Station.

The Mars Craft levitates above the Mars Base Station using patented technology and delivers 360 degree sound projection to ensure a high quality sound experience anywhere in a room. The innovative floating spaceship design of the Mars system makes it more than just another Bluetooth speaker; it is a beautifully crafted piece of art and an instant conversation piece for the tech-savvy

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