Lovesac Adds Surround Sound to Its Modular Couches … Huh?

Someone putting a Stealth speaker in their Lovesac sectional.
Lovesac

The most expensive couch now has the most expensive sound system built-in. That’s right, modular couch designer Lovesac just debuted its new StealthTech Sound + Charge system. Developed by Harmon Kardon’s engineers, this surround sound and wireless charging system hides inside your Sactional (not a typo), providing a cinematic experience without turning your living room into a dorky, wirey mess.

Lovesac already sells some integrated electronics for its Sactionals, including a discreet power hub with an outlet and USB-C port. But the StealthTech Sound + Charge takes things to a new level—the system includes two front and rear-firing speakers and a subwoofer that fit inside of your Sactional cushions. There’s also a center channel soundbar that sits near your TV, a remote control, and one of those cute power hubs I mentioned earlier.

Customers can control the surround sound system with its included remote, though an app is required for setup and deep customization. During setup, you tell the app how your Sactional is set up and what upholstery it uses. Then, the speakers automatically tune themselves to your couch.

The Lovesac Stealth speaker set.
Lovesac

Of course, the app and remote offer manual controls for EQ and balance. You can save these settings as individual sound profiles, which may come in handy if you want to quickly tone down the subwoofer when playing games, for example.

And if you want to expand your StealthTech surround system, Lovesac’s got you covered. The company plans to sell add-on Satellite Sides and Satellite Subwoofers to add more surround sound sources or bass to your Sactional.

Lovesac says that the StealthTech Sound + Charge system will retail for $3,700. That said, it expects the sound system to sell for around $2,923 at most stores. To see the new speaker system in action, visit a local Lovesac showroom or a participating Best Buy location.

Source: Lovesac

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