From the outside, it’s clear that the Revo Supersystem is a nod to the radios of old, with its well-crafted frame, classical lines, and throwback design. Inside, though, it’s as modern as radios get, combining every kind of tech you could imagine making its way to a new home stereo system.
The flagship model in the outfit’s SuperSeries range, it combines traditional design with cutting-edge digital tech, creating a music system with the looks to really step up your home theater’s aesthetics and the tech to deliver all the listening conveniences of our time. Whether you want to listen to good old FM broadcasts, stream using Spotify Connect, or distribute music to other speakers around the house, this thing can do it all.
Inside the Revo Supersystem’s all-wood cabinet and aluminum front grille sit twin 3.5-inch BMR flat-panel drivers powered by an 80-watt Class-D amplifier and a dedicated 40-watt 6-inch subwoofer. It’s equipped to receive a wide range of radio standards, including DAB, DAB+, FM with RDS, and internet radio, with both WiFi and Bluetooth (with aptX) for streaming local files from the network, smartphones, and other music sources. UNDOK technology comes onboard for streaming music to compatible speakers around the house, all of which can be controlled from an accompanying smartphone app (iOS and Android). Features include an onboard 2.7-inch OLED display, a joystick-based control system (the giant button at the top), and a dedicated IR remote.
Now available for preorder with a November ship date, the Revo Supersystem is priced at £549.95.