Holographic, Bluetooth Phonograph ‘Kozmophone’

This year marks the 140th anniversary of the phonograph, the brainchild of prolific inventor and original scratch master, Thomas Edison. The Kozmophone is a newly proposed modular speaker and turntable concept that shares Edison’s horn-style speaker design while also adding modern day touches like the flair of 6 color options, a detachable and portable horn speaker element, and Bluetooth connectivity and playback. “The phonograph forever transformed the face of music, and to pay tribute, we wanted to bring that iconic shape back, but updated with today’s style and technology. In a world where style and audio go hand in hand, Kozmophone would be a spectacular piece of art and the perfect companion in everyone’s home or office. For you to make the most out of the state of the art speaker, we made it portable. When you want our signature sound with you, just take it out of the stand and you’re good to go! Fully charged and functional. When not listening to a vinyl record, you can still use Kozmophone as a speaker. Just connect it via Bluetooth and you’ll be able to play music from your mobile device or computer. You will be able to upload holograms from our website to your Kozmophone. Choose from people dancing to the type of music you’re listening to, or musical notes flying around. The possibilities are endless.”

Four Way Horn System “Imperia”

Instead of following current trends and embracing cutting edge technology, OMA audio always looks back to create audio equipment. The “Imperia” is a four way horn system with a vertical series of conical horns covering 100Hz to 20kHz, and two rear loaded subwoofer horns using a massive 21 inch neodymium woofer handling 20Hz to 100Hz. designed by David D’imperio, the wooden conical horns are made from a choice of solid pennsylvania black walnut, cherry or ash. The midrange horn uses the cogent field coil compression driver. The high frequency horn is cast by OMA from aluminum alloy and the outboard crossover network is coupled to the “Imperia” through a solid slate patchboard. The latest iteration features natural pennsylvania ash and is finished in had rubbed oil and way, to preserve the wood’s natural light color. Only the light colored sap wood was used from each tree, which greatly increased the amount of labor involved in fabrication. Combined with the black wrinkle finish frames and black slate water jet cut grills for the twin bass modules, the latest “Imperia” offers maximum contrast in materials. Custom internal wiring and newly designed harness improve the layout along with a modern circular rear compression chamber for the lower mid bass horn driver.