totem rr231

Original design by Mario Bellini

Signed in 1971 by the designer Mario Bellini, totem is a famous design work that encompasses the search for primary forms, such as the simple volume of a cube, and which leads to modularity and composability, hiding the functions of a Hi-Fi. From this apparent cube, Bellini brings out a stereo system, speakers included.
Unmissable collector's item, a faithful re-edition of the original project, it is re-proposed today renovated and equipped with the best contemporary technology.

Delivery time: 60 days


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With the stereo system closed it is a smooth cube while once opened the speakers rotate and resemble wings. This product is important for the way it combines sculpture and sound. The act of opening the cube, inserting the disc and playing the music requires the participation of the user and creates a "ritual". Overall, the product is a piece of modern art and transforms a simple shape into something more.

Each speaker is equipped with a 2-and-a-half-way speaker system (one mechanical reflex loading woofer, one mid-woofer and one tweeter). By leaving the speakers in their rotating supports, the distance between them is sufficient to ensure excellent sound quality.

The speakers are removable, so they can also be positioned in other points of the room far from the console and with sufficient sound power to cover medium and large rooms.
What distinguishes it from normal turntables is the way it integrates the speaker system into its design, making the object more of a piece of art than a simple stereo system.



Each totem is a unique piece of craftsmanship, but at its origin there is a very high precision production process. The expert hands of our artisans transform semi-finished products into authentic unique pieces. The sanding of the wooden panels, the assembly of the different components, the application of screen printing are all the processes through which the Italian artisan tradition makes each totem unique.

Bluetooth connection

Thanks to the Plug & Play device, streaming or playback of your music in high definition becomes accessible.

The device is compatible with all Bluetooth audio tracks on the market: smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac. Incorporating both aptX HD and a standalone TI PCM converter. This device pushes the boundaries of HD hi-fi transmission.

The technology used not only 24-bit end-to-end audio, but also offers superior digital signal processing and a lower -20kHz signal-to-noise ratio.


Technical features

Cabinet made of MDF wood, lacquered and polished by hand

  • AM/FM/DAB+ Radio
  • ProJect turntable with Ortofon cartridge
  • 125W + 125W self-limited amplifier
  • 2 line inputs on RCA connectors for connecting external sources
  • 1 line output on RCA connectors for connection to an external amplification system
  • 1 line output on RCA connectors for connecting an external subwoofer
  • 1 6.3 mm amplified jack output for listening with headphones
  • 1 headphone output on 6.3mm stereo jack connector
  • Power supply 220v 50Hz (on request 110V 60Hz, 220V 60Hz)
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 52.5 x 52.5 x 52.5 cm (closed cabinet) 52.5 x 26 x 26 cm (speakers) 2 cm height from the ground
  • Weight: 45.5 kg

Mario Bellini

Born in Milan in 1935, he is an architect, critic and designer.
The 8 Compasso d'Oro would be enough - alone - to explain the genius and inventiveness of Mario Bellini, an internationally renowned architect and designer, former director of Domus magazine. The numerous exhibitions in Italy and abroad confirm an incredible career, the monographic of the MoMa - Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1987 the consecration of his absolute talent. Among the companies that have relied on him, over the years, stand out - in addition to Brionvega - Cassina, Yamaha, Rosenthal and Renault. Twenty-five of his works are present in the permanent collection of the MOMA - Museum of Modern art in New York.

Mario Bellini