(Last Updated On: January 27, 2020)

But you’ll have to pay the high price first.

The iFi Aurora speaker's front is made of wood (From: iFi)
The iFi Aurora speaker’s front is made of wood (From: iFi)

Are you on the lookout for a gorgeous speaker that sounds just as good as it looks? iFi may have what you’ve been looking for in the Aurora wireless speaker. Not only is it a stunning centerpiece for any home, but it can also make your tunes sound even better.

Without a doubt, this is one of the most stunning speakers you’ll see anywhere. Bamboo is used as its primary material, while aluminum is employed in the frame. French designer Julien Haziza says that he drew inspiration from Japanese architecture with its “crisp, clean lines intertwined with a hint of vintage” when designing the Aurora.

As for the audio itself, iFi calls its amp PureEmotion to exemplify the purity of the sound that comes out of its speaker. This tech is complemented by SoundSpace, which helps fill the room with music, as well as TrueBass, which, as you can guess, delivers full bass that’s both clear and defined.

Built for Any Circumstance

Despite being rather diminutive in size for its power, iFi claims that the Aurora speaker can intelligently fill up any room with audio using what it calls Auto Room Tailoring — or ART for short. Depending on where it’s placed in the room, it’ll auto-adjust for the best-possible listening experience.

If you’re willing to get fancy, you could link several Aurora units together via Wi-Fi for one unified sound. It’s a costly setup but could be a suitable option for those who prefer a larger, synchronized way to play music within a house.

You get a plethora of connectivity options on the back (From: iFi)
You get a plethora of connectivity options on the back (From: iFi)

If you’re willing to get fancy, you could link several Aurora units together via Wi-Fi for one unified sound.

For those wondering, iFi touts its newest speaker as an all-in-one music system, able to connect to your devices in a variety of ways. Bluetooth 5.0 is its bread and butter with all the most common codecs in its repertoire thanks to the Qualcomm 5100 and ESS Sabre DAC chipsets.

On top of that, there’s a generous set of physical ports on the back. You get optical, coaxial, USB, microSD, 3.5mm, and even Ethernet for all sorts of available sources.

As High-end as It Gets

There’s certainly no shortage of high-quality components in this thing. There are a total of eight integrated drivers: four 120mm units, two 28mm tweeters, and two steel passive radiators. The amp’s total power sums up to 320VA with a frequency response of 15Hz to 150kHz.

The Aurora fits into any convenient space (From: iFi)
The Aurora fits into any convenient space (From: iFi)

The Aurora is already available, but you’d have to pay up to receive this premium device. It currently retails for less than $1400 and can be bought conveniently at select physical retailers or Amazon.