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Jason Plumb’s Enhance Speakers: Horn-Loaded Goodness for Desktops

by Range
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There’s something to be said about good desktop speakers for your workstation. Although I prefer to use headphones, speakers are still necessary when you want to watch a movie or play some tunes with friends around. Jason Plumb came up with these crazy-looking speakers he calls Enhance.

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These speakers basically take the horn concept and shrinks it down to a compact desktop design that you can use with your computer. The body is made from teak wood, coupled with an acrylic horn. The speaker has a forward firing port, meaning you’ll be able to get lots of sound without using too much power. The speakers are also quite distinctive and unusual, which is a plus in my opinion.

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For now, the Enhance speakers are just a concept, but there is always quite an interest for audiophile speakers, so I wouldn’t be surprised to see them on the market at some point.

[via DVice]

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