made in the usa
Crafted in detroit
The D: Audio Solo. Our small Bluetooth speaker with a big sound. And unexpected performance for its size. Hear music as it was recorded, with true-to-source response.
Own a slice of history, and a connection to a city on the rise!
Detroit Audio Lab speakers last a lifetime. Retrieved from local Michigan lumber farms, this locally sourced wood is grown sustainably and purposefully with the intent to be transformed into high quality, one-of-a-kind products. Through this unique process, our customers are able to choose from a plethora of woods, including wood salvaged from historic Detroit buildings. Erupted from Detroit’s renaissance, each piece is engraved with the address of the building from which the raw materials were salvaged.
With our Detroit-based partner, Architectural Salvage Warehouse of Detroit (ASWD), we restore wood from blighted homes slated for demolition. ASWD reclaims 90% of the materials from these properties, keeping value and jobs in Detroit. Other environmentally friendly wood options include: Maple, Hard Maple, American Cherry, Oak, and Mahogany with a variety of plant based, petroleum free stains. To emphasize just how committed we are to having an eco-friendly design, our products are fully consistent with the world's strongest environmental standards including the internal circuitry. We focus on the future by reviving these sustainable materials for unique purposes.
HANDCRAFTED IN THE MOTOR CITY
Constructed from locally sourced wood, these are some of the most beautiful, sustainable speakers on the market. The density and stability of the wood offers superior sound quality. The wood is kiln-dried and handcrafted in Detroit into high-fidelity speakers. Aged wood complements our investment in electronics and structural design to deliver an artist's intended authentic sound experience. Every speaker is a one-of-a-kind work of art that outperforms top-selling brands. From our clear, rich sound to our wireless capabilities, we guarantee you make no compromises with Detroit Audio Lab.