+1 - Not certain this is a good idea to pursue.
Taste is VERY subjective and it often changes with age. The best way to go about all this would be to understand WHO your target consumer is. THEN get an understanding of this person's lifestyle and demographics ; what they drive, their household, unrelated products they like, their age, their listening habits, etc. etc. SOOOO many products miss the mark and often fail, because the company didn't do their homework to understand who they are designing primarily for. Trust me. I'm an industrial designer. This is the type of thing I deal with daily.
You don't want to design a speaker that looks amazing to a 20 year old, broke, college student, but costs $10,000. Know what I mean? You don't want to alienate your potential target consumer nor the somewhat niche consumers you already have. I have no idea what you have in mind, but, just some info to be mindful of.
Also, keep in mind that what may wow people at a show, may not wow them at home. Context is extremely important in all this.
There is beauty in simplicity. Often, simple, well-made things have the most longevity / long-term appeal.