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Peachtree Audio deepblue2, now live and crushing it at Indiegogo

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Normally, I wouldn’t jump back in so quickly, but if you’re at all curious about the deepblue2 campaign currently underway over at Indiegogo, your time to jump in and snatch up some early-bird pricing is slipping away. We’re less than half an hour into the campaign, and they’re already zeroing in on their funding target.

The target funding level is $63,000 which shouldn’t be a problem. Initial price for the deepblue2 is $250 for the first 250 backers (150 already claimed), then move to $300 for the next 500, before settling in at $350 for the remainder of the offering. MSRP is expected to be $500. Estimated delivery is November 2014. More details are available over at Peachtree Audio.

Me? I ordered two. Can’t wait.

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7 Comments on Peachtree Audio deepblue2, now live and crushing it at Indiegogo

  1. Looks cool, but it is competing against a bluetooth speaker powered by FIRE:

    https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/pelty-the-bluetooth-speaker-powered-by-fire

    FIRE!?!?

  2. goldendarko // July 22, 2014 at 2:11 PM //

    Thanks for the heads up, I ordered one for $250 which should be a screaming deal if it retails for $500. 440 watts inside this little box, should be perfect for the backyard (and whole neighborhood 🙂

  3. Which option did you order? I am also looking forward to this boy. Missed the first backer but the early backers were good enough for me too

  4. Gavin Hadley // July 21, 2014 at 1:44 PM //

    ..looks interesting but without hearing the darn thing why are you so pumped?

    • Part-Time Audiophile // July 21, 2014 at 7:45 PM //

      I heard the last version, and would have been happy with that. Derda says this one is better — and that’s saying quite a bit.

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