Piega’s £75k Gen 2 speakers promise to be smaller, stronger and more versatile

If you’ve got £75,000 burning a hole in your pocket – and let’s face it, who hasn’t? – you might consider Piega’s new floorstanding speakers. Granted, you could pay off a big chunk of your mortgage, buy a new luxury car, or remodel your loft instead. But one look at the MLS 2 Gen2 and all those sensible options might not seem all that appealing.

MLS stands for Master Line Source. These second generation models are smaller, stronger and more versatile than their predecessors. Their coaxial line source technology promises to direct the sound waves towards the listener, ensuring accurate, dynamic sound – it’s the most complex driver produced in-house and it’s all done by hand.

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