The Kanto ORA speakers are next-gen desktop speakers for creators, gamers, and musicians.
Maybe it’s just me, but I put a lot of time and effort into building my desktop, choosing the appropriate monitors, and securing some exceptional accessories — I love my mouse and mechanical keyboard. But for audio, I always use the same old desktop speakers I’ve been using forever. They sound good, not amazing, but they work and there was nothing encouraging me to make an upgrade, until now. Kanto’s ORA are reference desktop speakers, which means they put out audiophile-approved sound quality. Imagine having a home theater-like experience but while at your desk, gaming, or watching media.
These are not your average desktop speakers, either. They’re designed beautifully, but come with a variety of enhancements that make them more enticing. Like USB-C inputs, Bluetooth 5.0 to pair with other smart devices — or your phone — RCA for analog gear and a built-in crossover to send bass to a connected subwoofer. They also take up minimal space on your desk, about 20% of the volume of a 5-inch studio monitor. You can swap them between standing or flat configurations, too, so they better match your desk layout. They’re just perfect for gaming and entertainment.
Who’s it for?
Anyone who wants incredible sound at their desktop, equal to a home theater experience.
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