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November 21, 2006

'Pictures you listen to'


From SoundArt in England come flat canvas wall-mountable speakers which can be made from any photograph you choose.

    From the website:

    Put simply, one or two canvas speakers, sleek subwoofer box, your choice of picture and, of course, your choice of music.

    Transform your interior with stylish canvas art speakers and make cumbersome traditional speakers a thing of the past. No complicated set-up, just hang on your wall, plug in your music source and enjoy the space around you.

    From music to movies the audio options are endless. Almost any audio source can be played through it — your Hi-Fi, iPod, DVD, CD or use the output on your AV system.


"I said be careful his bowtie is really a camera."


At stores throughout the U.K.

November 21, 2006 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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I first heard of and heard this type of speaker back in the early '80s when I guy I was working with got involved with some people trying to promote it. The original idea was to use them in displays. Just glue one of the transducers to the back of a foamcore panel and, viola, a speaker. So your spokesperson cutout could deliver the pitch right in the store. These days you could probably also include a tiny wireless receiver so there are no cords to hide.

Posted by: Al Christensen | Nov 21, 2006 10:25:08 AM

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