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Grundig Wireless Speaker Provides 360° Surround

by Paul Strauss

I’m not sure what to make of the industrial design of this funky wireless speaker from German electronics maker Grundig.

Grundig PSW 5000 Wireless Speaker

To me it looks sort of like some kind of vacuum cleaner or other household appliance, but the Grundig PSW5000 is actually an outdoor wireless sound system. Just plug in your MP3 player or other audio source into the base station, and carry the battery-operated speaker up to 300 feet away. The unique speaker design claims to produce an enveloping surround effect, and is backed by 20-watts of amplification.

The speaker’s case is made out of plastic and designed to resist damage from water, making it perfect for the beach or by the poolside. The speaker retails can be found for about €110 (appx. $148 USD) but you’ll probably need to have one shipped from Europe if you want one.

[via Smidigt]

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Comments (3):

  1. elSingular says:

    Altavoces portátiles marcianos/ playeros PSW5000 de Grundig…

    Parece un cruce entre una nave espacial y un robot de cocina. Sin embargo nada más lejos de la intención de Grundig. El PSW5000 es un conjunto de altavoces wireless para tu MP3.
    Conecta el reproductor a la base y coloca sus altavoces don…

  2. Not the prettiest of designs, but still for me what matters is how effective it is. Can you tell us little more about Grundig the manufactures, are they reliable?

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