Devialet’s Phantom Reactor Speaker is that its two hermetically sealed woofers deliver mind-numbingly low bass. Plus, its active speaker monitoring provides incredible detail without your sound getting distorted.

The Phantom Reactor, a more compact version of Devialet’s Phantom speaker, is just a quarter of the size of its predecessor. Yet it preserves those features, things that made its pricier sibling such a compelling purchase.

Bluetooth speakers are a dime a dozen these days. With a market filled to the brim with so many options, it’s often difficult to stand out. However, what people particularly love about Devialet’s Phantom line is that they can get loud. Scratch that. They can get really, really loud. And as we already mentioned, they don’t distort sound quality even at insane volumes. That and it’s also able to provide an incredibly wide soundstage from a very small enclosure.

You also get a full range of support for audio streaming like Spotify Connect, AirPlay, and Bluetooth, and you can pair multiple Phantom devices together if you want an even more immersive audio experience.

You can choose between two versions of the Phantom Reactor, one with a total amplification power of 600W, and one with a whopping 900W, but we’re warning you now, these don’t come cheap. Pricing starts at $999 for the 600W model, and goes up to $1,299 for the more powerful one. At those prices, the Phantom Reactor is obviously at the higher end of the wireless speaker spectrum, but that’s the price you pay for topnotch audio. You can get them starting Oct. 24.