When building a company, it's important to let your product grow with you, preferably by bringing in a flamboyantly dressed Don Knotts to chase around whomever's hitting on Jack that episode. Sagely growing its lineup of timber goods: Audiowood
Until just recently constructing his dope selection of natural-form turntables & speakers from far heavier wood, the dude behind AW's not only recently shifted his attention to strong-yet-lightweight bamboo, but's incorporated it into fresh products from entertainment units to iAccommodating docks. Goods include..
iStuff: Charge your gear in one of these sleek natural docks. Phones get The Scrappy, whose hand-rubbed 'boo base sports a vertical birch twig to play on the idea of it as a nest, while Pads are blessed with the wall-mountable Perch shelf, which amplifies the tech's speaker via a "horn-type sound chamber", a quality also found in 1st-floor apartments across the city
Chirp Turntable: Closest to the previous offerings, this made-to-order deck sits on a crisp square base, sports Music Hall audio parts/tonearm, and's operated with something even phat beats wear out of habit: a belt drive
Aerie Console: This mountable rectangular home theater setup combines the "sound quality of integral, premium speakers" with the "aesthetics of a modern console design", boasting tech including sound-clarifying Seas drivers, hand-soldered silver connections, and pure copper wires. There's also ample bay space for components, and hidden cable-trapping rear cavities, which sadly can't help when the flicks you're watching make you want to smuggle drugs and experiment sexually
Those not into bamboo can still procure older gear, from stand-up speakers, to turntables like the raw-edged Barky, and the ebonized American hardwood Bachelor, which you definitely don't want to have hanging around when Mr. Furley drops by.