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Supper Sound System Sounds Scrumptious

by Paul Strauss

Japan’s Taguchi Craft company is readying a new sound system that’s designed to looks like pieces you might find on your dining table. The Supper Sound System is a series of speakers mounted inside of vessels that look like ceramic tumblers and bottles along with a base station that looks like a serving dish.

Supper Speakers

Not only do they feature a beautifully simple industrial design, they’re likely to sound good too. You see, Taguchi is best known for producing audiophile grade speaker systems, so I don’t think they’d let style win over substance.

Supper Speakers

Pricing hasn’t yet been announced, but the company is targeting an Winter 2007/2008 release date.

[via DesignSpotter]




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Comments (3):

  1. the scholar says:

    those supper speakers are super.

    seriously, they’re very cool!

  2. Supper Sound System Looks Good Enough to Eat…

    Designed to look like everyday dining room table objects, Japan’s Taguchi Craft is putting a whole new spin on speaker design with the Supper Sound System. The unit features speakers shaped like wine bottles and cups, with a receiver shaped lik…

  3. bose lifestyle t20 says:

    This sound system is superb and outstanding. Good keep it up.

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