The new Mitchell Acoustics company, founded by Paul Mitchell, one of the founders of the recently discontinued Mitchell & Johnson firm, has introduced the uStream One wireless shelf speakers.
The main difference from most similar Bluetooth monitors on the market is the use of the True Wireless Stereo protocol, that is, the speakers communicate with each other via Bluetooth. And the only wires are network wires for connection to the power grid. Each speaker has a 50-watt Class D amplifier built on modules from Texas Instruments.
The speakers in the pair can be used both together in stereo, and separately for playback from different sources. The signal can also be fed through physical connectors, including an analog RCA, a 3.5 mm mini jack, an optical digital, and a USB port.
The Mitchell Acoustics uStream One model features high-quality CLARI-t speakers-a midrange / woofer driver with a neodymium magnetic system and a 106 mm magnesium alloy diffuser, as well as a 28 mm tweeter with a silk dome. Each column weighs 3.3 kilograms, the retail price in Europe is 550 euros per pair.