Two American icons have come together and launched the McIntosh Labs Grateful Dead limited-edition speakers.
And in case you are wondering, the two speakers are McIntosh’s most popular units. They are the RS150 and the RS250 wireless loudspeakers. But this is not like any other regular launch.
As both the brands have come together, both the most selling units of McIntosh are getting special treatment.
They come with a “dancing bears” motif and the “Stealie- steal your face” logo. Of course, McIntosh’s signature blue meters are on the speakers.
It is worth noting that the collaboration came to fruition with the support of Rhino Entertainment. And it results from a two-decades-long relationship between McIntosh and the Grateful Dead.
That relationship started when McIntosh powered the “Wall of Sound” live audio system of the Grateful Dead.
In case you are wondering, Rhino Entertainment is Warner Music Group’s catalog development and marketing division. Since its inception in 1978, Rhino Entertainment has been known for setting a standard for excellence.
Moreover, Rhino Entertainment emphasizes flawless sound quality and enhanced music experience over anything else. Rhino currently holds more than 5000 releases, including material by Eagles, Led Zeppelin, and Fleetwood Mac.
That said, regarding the McIntosh Labs Grateful Dead limited edition speakers, the President of McIntosh says, “It has been an honor to work with the Grateful Dead for almost half a century of friendship – and we’re proud to celebrate our relationship with such a unique and high-quality product collaboration.”
The President of McIntosh further acknowledges the 50 years long relationship with Grateful Dead. And if you are wondering, the Wall of Sound consisted of 48 McIntosh MC2300 amplifiers, which delivered 28,800 watts of power.
Such an amount of audio power made the Grateful Dead immortal in terms of live acts in rock history. And the McIntosh Labs Grateful Dead limited edition speakers are an example of how good the relationship has been between these two.
Nonetheless, if you are unfamiliar with the RS150 and RS250 wireless speakers, you might not know much about the McIntosh Labs Grateful Dead limited editions.
The case is pretty similar for the McIntosh Labs Grateful Dead RS250 black. It also supports major streaming services and comes with advanced wireless connectivity options.
And there’s no denying that both limited edition speakers will excel in redefining your listening experience. After all, they are high-end products from McIntosh Labs.
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