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Boynq Blox Speakers Make Sound Square

by Paul Strauss

Speakers are often be the most boring, utilitarian looking devices on your desktop. On occasion, however, a set of speakers will come along that looks as good (or maybe even better) than they sound.

Boynq Blox Speakers

Case in point, these Boynq Blox speakers. They feature an innovative design that looks more like a sculpture than a pair of speakers. Each orange and silver speaker can slide up and down along a track that also happens to control bass and treble levels. Slide the left speaker up, and up go your low frequencies, slide the right one up, and treble goes up.

The whole thing is powered by dual 5-watt amplifiers, which should be enough for desktop audio needs. A 3.5mm stereo “mini” audio jack lets you hook up your computer or media player with ease. They’re also USB powered, so they don’t need an AC adapter.

I was able to find these speakers for just £17.99 (appx. $35 USD) from U.K. outlet MyMemory, but I haven’t been able to find them from a North American outlet so far.

[via Stylehive]

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  1. […] Add a bit of art to your workspace; get the Blox Speakers from Boynq. A very kitsch looking piece that believes in minimal art. It’s pleasing to the eye and is a great computer speaker, but can also be connected to any other audio device. The clever designing allows you to slide the speakers up and down along a track that simultaneously controls bass and treble levels. Sliding the left speaker up corresponds with increasing your low frequency, sliding the right speaker up corresponds with increasing the treble. Dual 5-watt amplifiers power the orange and silver speakers. It features a 3.5mm stereo “mini” audio jack and since it hooks up via a USB cord, an AC adapter is not required. The Boynq Blox Speakers are available at MyMemory store in the U.K. for £17.99 ($35). No word on how to get it in the States. Source […]

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