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Customize, impress and enjoy every moment

Harmoniq Audio strives to deliver a personal touch to your soundsystem. With magnet-based front covers in different styles and colors, Rhizome becomes a dynamic part of your interior design and will never go out of style.

    Personalize your speakers

    Add personality to your speakers and complement your interior design, by choosing which front fabrics match your home. Make your living space dynamic, by changing fabrics to match your mood.

    Frames

    Colors

    Amazing sound

    We use state of the art components from the Danish manufacturer, Scan-Speak. By placing them in a carefully crafted cabinet and powering them with our very own crossover, we have made a speaker that delivers clean highs, deep bass and a smooth midrange.

     

    Durable and sustainable

    The cabinet is made from robust and sustainable bamboo and vibration-dampened with recycled natural rubber and glass fiber. This makes for a long-lasting, sustainable speaker that absorbs all unwanted frequencies.

    Easy connectivity

    With the new Bluetooth 5.0, connecting to your devices is quicker and easier than ever. Use True Wireless Stereo to connect two Rhizome speakers with each other and get the full stereo experience.

    Electronics

    We use a DSP-controlled amplifier from Texas Instruments and our very own print boards. This allow for low distortion and a high level of efficiency.

    Outer dimentions

    WxHxD: 260x460x279 mm

    Amplifier

    Class D capable of 2x 175 Watts RMS
    DSP controlled crossover at 2300 Hz

    Freqeuncy response

    From  47 Hz to 20000 Hz ± 3 dB
    SPL: 90 dB at 2,83 V/m

    Speaker units

    Tweeter: Dual ring radiator
    Woofer: Coated fiberglass cone

    10 years of warranty

    We trust in our craft. Enjoy a 10-year warranty
    and long-lasting sustainable sound.

    Two tech savy guys

    Troels and Lasse have always been tinkerers. They have known each other since childhood, where they spent their afternoons disassembling speakers and computers to figure out how they functioned. This childhood passion evolved as they grew, and led to them pursuing educations in electronics and productions technology. After finishing their studies and spending the past two years researching, developing and testing prototypes they are now ready to present: The Personal Speaker.