There are objects in $Sp(Top)$, though, that do not come from “naively” delooping a topological space infinitely many times. These are the non-connective spectra. For general spectra there is a notion of homotopy groups of negative degree. The connective ones are precisely those for which all negative degree homotopy groups vanish.

Strict

Non-connective spectra are well familiar in as far as they are in the image of the nerve operation of the Dold-Kan correspondence: this identifies ∞-groupoids that are not only connective spectra but even have a strict symmetric monoidal group structure with non-negatively graded chain complexes of abelian groups.