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Solid Concrete Speakers by Shmuel Linski

Concrete Speakers by Shmuel Linski
Concrete Speakers by Shmuel Linski

Break the tradition of using wood in the speaker technology, an Israeli designer Shmuel Linski has designed a Concrete Speaker as a part of his graduation project. The speakers don’t provide sound in the same way a traditional speaker would, as they don’t resonate sound from the material itself, but use a 38 inch pipe inside the speaker to feed the sound from the top and around the cone.

The concrete speakers are Linski’s graduation project at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Ramat Gan, Israel. There’s no word on any possible commercialization of the product.

At a meaty 123 lbs-a pair, the sound system is a solid investment in more ways than one since you’d never have to worry about anybody stealing them! [Linski Design via Gizmodo]

Concrete Speakers by Shmuel Linski
Concrete Speakers by Shmuel Linski
Concrete Speakers by Shmuel Linski
Concrete Speakers by Shmuel Linski
Concrete Speakers by Shmuel Linski
Concrete Speakers by Shmuel Linski
Concrete Speakers by Shmuel Linski
Concrete Speakers by Shmuel Linski

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