The Dodecahedron Speaker is a DIY 3D-Printed Project

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 13, 2012 • References: instructables & dvice
The Dodecahedron Speaker may look like a strange pendant lamp, but that's because it is no lamp at all but a suspended sound system in a spherical form. Comprised of twelve speakers, the Dodecahedron Speaker provides omnidirectional sound that will get the party started in no time. The kicker? It is a do-it-yourself project that requires a 3D printer to create. Of course, this is a much more affordable option than existing ones currently on the market.

Shared by Instructables user Sean Ragan, a detailed guide shows people how to create a Dodecahedron Speaker for themselves. Made out of four different parts (face modules, vertex plugs, edge gaskets and bezels), it is relatively easy to make. Stats for Spherical Sound Systems Trending: Older & Average
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