If you are on an iPhone, you can start playing music from the service of your choice, like Pandora, Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon Music and Sirius/XM, and you can choose the Model One as a destination for the music via AirPlay 2.
Likewise, with built-in Google Chromecast, Android phones and tablets can also play to the Tivoli from any music app they like.
With a small footprint and single speaker, the Model One sounds good, but unless you are really starved for space, it won’t fill your home with sound.
It is the right size for a kitchen, office or even a bedroom.
The wood cabinet and rear-ported speaker design make for a full range of sound. This means there are openings on the rear of the cabinet to help enhance the sound.
The Model One is a nice small, self-contained speaker, but are the sound and features worth $349.99?
If you are using the Model One on a Wi-Fi network with AirPlay 2 or Google Chromecast as part of a larger system, then yes, those features could be worth the price.
But if you are looking for a Bluetooth speaker, especially one that isn’t tied to a spot near an electrical outlet, you might be better off buying a nice, portable Bluetooth speaker with a battery