What did you think you were looking at when you first set eyes on the Pandoretta Sound System? A quirky barstool, perhaps? A refreshed retro side table? Few people might guess the true function of this contemporary electronic device.
Thomas Feichtner throws off the observer with a beautiful wooden stand of solid oak that has four elegantly tapering legs. This is capped with a dice-like polka dot box that's completely covered in black spots. What you'll notice up close is that the stainless steel grating helps to support the soft black fabric that covers the audio equipment inside. With the wireless Pandoretta Sound System, you get a 170-watt amplifier and seven loudspeakers that project your music 360 degrees. The gadget has hidden manual controls, but it's been designed to be operated with a smartphone app.
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Pandoretta Sound System Disguises a Polka-Dotted Piece of Audio Equipment
- By: Amelia RoblinNov 19, 2013