Geneva Lab AeroSphere Large Wireless Speaker




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By What Hi-Fi? on 100

This isn't merely a victory for interior-design oneupmanship, Geneva has succeeded in bridging the gap between kitchen-top mini speakers and our reigning, but expensive, king of wireless, the Naim Mu-so.The AeroSphère might be large, but we don't think...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

What is the Geneva AeroSphère Large? AeroSphère Large is a wireless multiroom music system blessed with a striking spherical design. This is a speaker designed to make a splash, eschewing the angles and straight lines of most wireless systems for...

By on 100

With AeroSphére, Geneva has come up with an en vogue design for the fast changing streaming audio market. It's entertaining to listen to and a refreshing alternative to the multiroom mainstream. With a look that pretty much sells itself, we expect the...

By on 84

With it's striking looks, ease of use and feature rich applications, integrating a Geneva AeroSphere into the home is an easy and stress-free experience. With the range of music available to stream from Spotify alone the Aero is a terrific companion...

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Being un-square is good, and being a single unit that's a doddle to accommodate – whether on a sideboard or, as here, it's dedicated £149 single-column stand – takes us back to the days of mono when having to find the room for two loudspeakers was an...

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In its large size (I haven't tried the small version), the AeroSphère is a great way to belt out mightily impressive, if not exquisitely refined, sounds from an iPhone, iPad or Android device. These days audio equipment can be so good that anything...