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Not to my taste -- looks like speaker slipcovers, and the oroginal blue works better with the equuipment. Love your technology!
Putting a vase full of water on an electronic device screams disaster to me (but that's probably just because I have a cat). :)I love this idea- and I disagree with SherryBinNH. I think the original blue was pretty jarring. The new fabric is subtle and really dresses up the technology.This is definitely something I might try at home...
Rad. Formerly married to an audio/video editor, I was all "uh, that's going to interfere with function, which is sliding into form-WAY-over-function territory, which is sort of pointless with a/v equipment and nonono," but then I clicked through and realized that the original fabric comes off. I'm still not entirely convinced that standard fabric will have a minimally-distinguishable effect from specially-designed speaker-covering fabric, but...it's close enough SQUEE!Ahem.
That Possibly couldn't make the sound any worse than it is judging by the stereo's looks.
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