Hot or Not? iPod Speaker with Interchangeable Art Screens

Hot or Not? iPod Speaker with Interchangeable Art Screens

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Sonia Zjawinski
Dec 4, 2008

There are tons of clever ways to hide your speakers. You can install them into your walls, build a fabric sound wall, buy furniture with speakers built-in. There's also the option to go Artcoustic. We've written about this company in the past, who specialize in speakers that are hidden behind pieces of framed art. Well now the company is offering the same kind of set-up for your digital music player...

The Superstar features a pair of 150-watt speakers and a subwoofer within a 25 x 20 x 5 inch frame. A USB port in the back lets you plug your iPod or any other digital music player into the back of the speaker. The front screen which hides the actual cones can be interchanged with panels featuring one of hundreds of pieces of artwork, or you can send in your own image and have Artcoustic print it onto your own unique frame.

photos: Artcoustic

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