Transparent Speaker by People People

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

The days of massive particle wood and plastic constructed speakers the size of a full-grown man are way behind us. These days, it’s all about minimalistic designs that produce top notch sound quality, and that’s exactly what the team at People People promise with their Transparent Speaker.

The Swedish crew built this system on the premise that music should be heard, not seen. That’s exactly why they opted for a transparent glass panel setup for their 2.1 speaker system. Armed with a 6.5 inch subwoofer for solid bass and two 3-inch full range drivers for crisp highs, the Transparent Speaker was built to last a lifetime. A machined aluminum control panel lets users control bass, treble and volume, while a powered USB socket allows both Bluetooth and WiFi dongles to be hooked up for wireless music streaming. Of course there’s also a standard 3.5 mm auxiliary jack found on the both the front and back of the device to easily steam music from your mobile device. [Purchase]

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