Norwegian design studio Osloform, designed the simple Serpentine stereo.
When we say simply, this thing can often be misinterpreted in a positive and a negative context. Sometimes simply interpreted as unsophisticated and pre normally, while on the other side simplicity can be interpreted as the beauty of minimalism. In this case, it is about latter interpretation. Osloform Serpentine is the last definition of very simple and timeless stereo sound system.
However, when it comes to minimalism we have to say that the devil is in the details. Point exterior constructed with Valchromat, fibrous wood panels impregnated with green or grey dye and resin, then accessorized with a sexy single brass volume knob. Similarly, each speaker is covered with shiny perforated brass that gives it a glamorous finale. Hidden from view is the final detail – Class D Power Ice Bang and Olufsen amplifier 2×50 W, with connections for phono-in and a buffered line input for digital sources. So, simple, isn’t it?