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The Vibro Sounder: Any Surface Becomes a Speaker

 |  |  |  November 5, 2006

With a name like The VIBRO Sounder, I wasn’t sure if this was an audio device or a marital aid. It actually turns out to be a sonic transducer that turns any nearby surface into a loudspeaker.

Video Sounder

At just 50mm x 50mm x 60mm (about 2.36″ x 2.36″ x 1.96″) , the portable VIBRO Sounder is designed for use with a laptop or mobile audio device, and will send sound through any surface that it’s in close proximity to. The maker claims that it will work with glass, wood, stone or other hard wall surfaces to create sound. The speaker features a 20 Watt (RMS) amplifier and a remote control.

I’m not sure how different the technology is from the old Soundbug, released a few years back to underwhelming reviews.

[via Compact Impact]