That type of quality sound production will not be going for cheap. $1,990 is what the most basic model will run. Being wireless only in respect to the input source, the outer shell is comprised of plastic with the inner workings made out of kevlar to minimize stray vibrations from escaping the enclosure with the speakers designed with aluminum.
A few features that come standard ad are pretty damn usefull is the pair of two Phantoms together dubbed “Dialog” mode. Even better, you can make this adjustment along with other through their app “Spark” via the Phantom’s built in WiFi network, through a bluetooth connection or a good ole’ hardwired analog chord. Available in three models, with two of them already being released, there is a lot to be desired when the latest test version is sent out for review!
Source: Tech Insider