The OYO Ballo Speaker was Designed Around a Portability Requirement

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 4, 2013 • References: oyo-oyo & designspotter
The OYO Ballo Speaker looks rather like the head of a microphone but it's used to amplify the music on your iPod for all to hear it. Connected to a 1-meter cord with a 3.5mm jack, the gadget is compatible with the majority of modern personal audio devices and is a great deal more convenient than most portable sound systems on the market.

The tiny sphere has two parts that are secured together by a colored band. This component also protects the audio accessory when it's resting on a surface and improves the quality of the bass with some absorption. Bernhard Burkard's golf ball sized OYO Ballo Speaker is rechargeable, small enough to transport and user-friendly. It emits sound in every direction the moment that it's plugged in. Stats for Spherical Sound Systems Trending: Older & Buzzing
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