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Raven Bluetooth Amplifier – a warm, cosy, LOUD companion for your portable devices


You’ve just got to take one look at this beast and you know it means business. C’mon, check out the rollcage around the front, and the twin analog dials which point out how unspeakably cool the designer was. It’s obvious, innit?

The Raven Bluetooth Amplifier doesn’t just look good either, since it delivers a stonking 20 watts RMS per channel of loudness, fed by some deliciously warm sounding vacuum tube amplification thingies. Of course all this audiophile gorgeousness is a bit wasted on your naff bootleg of last night’s One Direction gig, but we can dream right?


You’ll need to supply your Bluetooth player of choice – Apple, Android, Acme, it don’t matter – and also a set of speakers good enough to cope with all that output stuff. And perhaps most importantly, you’ll need to dig deep for the $1800.00 you’ll require to purchase such a fine looking instrument of sound.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • Seriously? Nigel? That has to be the most amateurish ugly looking lump I have ever seen, with the purple light behind the half round playdough squeezer (is that to prove its bluetoothiness?) and the steel foot plate back, poxy mixed knobs all out of proportion, exposed screws and wtf is with the double water pipe around it…? And hammereffect paint.. ah that takes me back TO THE ’60’s!! Looks like the half dead lovechild of the thunderbirds and flash gordon all with a chinese twist. $1800??? really?

    • No no, you don’t understand. It’s got VALVES!!! :)

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