“Something to touch” Wajima Lacquer Speakers

“Something to touch” Wajima Lacquer Speakers

Gregory Han
Dec 17, 2008

Designed just as much as a decorative piece as a working audio speaker, the "Something to touch" certainly caught our eyes as much as our desire to want to pick it up. Just as the name implies, and thanks to the Wajima lacquer finish speaker maker Mile Project intended the "Something to touch" to be picked up and positioned/activated according to whether you want to use it as a speaker or simply as a decorative piece...

The unique shape (a drop) of the speaker was designed to maximize the effect of the feature of Japanese lacquer, such as smooth, comfortable touch without knots on the surface, and having sculpture-beauty. A speaker cable is not connected to the main part of the speaker and the speaker is movable (and you can feel the comfortableness of the speaker when you move it).

Moreover, when not using the speaker, it is displayed in your room as an interior design. And when you need music, it will start to sound once you raise it gently. "The distance of people and objects is shortened and the scene of a new life is born."

  • Size: W190_open H225(sleep H217)_D182mm
  • Weight: Speaker : 900g / Station : 300g
  • System Specs: 1 way bass reflex system, nominal impedance 6Ω, power handling: 25W, sensitivity 85dB 1W/at 1m
  • Drive unit: AUDAX HP080G0 ( 8cm )

More information about the Mile "Something to touch" speaker here.

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