Zu Dirty Weekend Speakers For Sale

If you’re interested in buying a pair of Zu Dirty Weekend speakers, you’ve come to the right place. Not only are these speakers realistic and well made, but they also feature furniture-grade woodworking and finishing. Founded by Sean Casey, these speakers can range from a few hundred dollars a pair to over ten thousand dollars. Unlike many speakers, these are designed to be used for many years. We’ve reviewed a few models to help you decide if they’re right for you.

Omen Dirty Weekend is the company’s cheaper alternative to the much more expensive Omen Mk II. The Dirty Weekend stands 36″ tall with a 12″ by 12-inch footprint. It weighs 54 pounds and is designed to deliver 97 dB of efficiency. The drivers are recycled from other Zu speakers, and are cleaned and checked before they’re used in this speaker. The cabinet, meanwhile, is brand new. The price is $999 per pair.

The Zu room has been a destination for music enthusiasts for years, and for good reason. The rooms are much more than just speakers. They’re experiences, and the music is incredible. Founder Sean Casey runs Zu demos and has great taste, albeit leaning toward indie rock. If you’re looking for a pair of speakers that’ll deliver on the hype, then consider a Zu set.

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Zu Dirty Weekend Speakers For Sale
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