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What are these Speakers?


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HI, I was browsing on the Apple site today and I saw a picture of some amazing looking speakers under the "Buying new speakers?" link. I was wondering if anyone knew what brand they are or know anything about them.

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It appears to be a generic mock-up Apple made for their own use as a link to their store. In other words, that exact device doesn't exist. But there are several that are similar.
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