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Hi-Fi maker to sell ‘purified air’ for wireless speakers

A top hi-fi manufacturer is embracing the move to wireless loudspeakers by selling buckets of special, high-purity air to carry the signals.

‘A lot of people are using common or garden air for their wireless systems; obviously it makes sense to replace that with our top quality air which is specially imported from the Alps. We’re sure that once hi-fi enthusiasts have replaced their air, there will be an clear difference. Obviously, users should refrain from breathing whilst listening to music.’

The purified air is £199 per cubic centimetre.

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Posted: Aug 20th, 2012 by apepper

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