The Audiojar by Sarah Pease is a Fun and Classy Do-It-Yourself Project

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 25, 2012 • References: sarahpease &
The Audiojar by Sarah Pease is exactly what it sounds like. A sound system made out of classic mason jars, it is a fun do-it-yourself project that will add character to any computer or audio device set up. While the overall concept was creatively thought up by Pease, an industrial designer based in Jamestown, Rhode Island, the hardware was created by David A. Mellis.

Essentially, Mellis' Fab Speakers fit into the Audiojar by Sarah Pease. The speakers themselves are also a DIY project, the instructions of which can be downloaded straight from Mellis' website. The AudioJar is a beautifully basic encasement for the Fab Speakers, which is a great alternative to the laser-cut wood and fabric version he came up with himself. Stats for Mason Jar Speakers Trending: Older & Warm
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