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June 10, 2005

'Singing Pictures'


Look carefully at the image above: the two pictures are actually speakers.

They're called "Singing Pictures" and come in two sizes: 50 x 40 cm and 70 x 50 cm (20" x 16" and 28" x 20").

From the website:

    They hang on the wall and look like normal pictures.

    However, they are absolutely novel hi-fi loudspeakers.

    Responsible for the sound are two ELAC NXT exciters which are fixed to the back of the panels.

    Also suitable for home cinema applications, e.g. as rear speakers.

    The music and art lover may select from among numerous prints with famous motifs from the world of art, in close cooperation with the Poster–Shop in Recklinghausen, Germany.

    The sophisticated prints are laminated onto the panels and worked into picture speakers.

Note: when you go the website you'll need to move your cursor over to the lower left hand corner where you'll see this:


Click on it and scroll down — way down, to the third item from the bottom: DML LS:Imago.

Highlight it and you'll go to the Singing Pictures.

[via AW]

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