'Table Top Concert Hall' is an Old-Fashioned Modern Music Blarer

By: Senduran Bhakthakumaran - Published: Mar 26, 2012 • References: lhooqdesign and notcot.org
Speaker designs have varied over time and currently, revisiting these designs has become a pattern in emerging speaker designs and the 'table top concert hall' is no different. It was designed by Seth Ellsworth who runs a Chicago-based design studio. The studio likes to venture and try new designs with architecture and furniture. This design features an authentic-looking phonograph at its base with a little wooden dock placed at the top in which one's smartphone or music device can be mounted.

The use of a horn in this design allows for the rich sound that cannot be attained through use of digital devices and it is said to increase volume by 30 percent. It can be placed upon tables and and will surely attract attention. The table top concert hall presents of a look of its own and provides sound that exemplifies that old truly is gold.