Some time ago, on a trip to Europe, I discovered that wooden radios were coming back. First I was surprised, but soon I realized it was actually very logical. Wood always has been a sustainable raw material if used carefully.
In Chile we are lucky enough to have large forests that provide us with excellent wood, and GrupoVibra knows it, that’s why – in the current plastic jungle – they chose to take advantage of our resources and create a line of wooden speakers.
The first time you see a WUD Speaker, you can’t avoid feeling a little bit nostalgic. Its clean lines make it look kind of updated, but it’s completely analog, and sounds wonderfully deep. I love the fact that the old and the new are so well combined, giving us perfect acoustics for the music on our mp3s, iPods, or notebooks.
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