Bluetooth stereo adapters can be found almost anywhere for fairly cheap. But Twenty by Griffin isn’t your everyday, run of the mill adapter, from its look to specs, Twenty is designed to be a Bluetooth interface for a hi-fi stereo system.
Twenty is quite a stunning looker, with curved casing and subtle blue LED, it is perfectly designed to fit into any high end home theater setup. While I was checking it out, many people commented that Twenty looks like it belongs to B&W’s product line, so Griffin has definitely hit the design out of the park.
On the spec side, Twenty supports AAC and aptX codecs, optical in, subwoofer out, and left/right outputs. Also, Twenty gets its name because it outputs 20W per left/right channel. Optional speakers can also be purchased to go along with Twenty. Griffin provides two options, a two speaker set with 75W RMS/ea, or a two speaker set with 8″ powered subwoofer. Purchasing Twenty by itself will cost $149, Twenty with a two speaker set is $299, and Twenty with two speakers plus subwoofer is $599. All options are available now.