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Bono Boss Speakers Roll The Dice

by Paul Strauss
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When is a pair of speakers not a pair of speakers? When it’s a pair of dice, that’s when. And that’s exactly what you’ll get if you buy a set of BonoBoss’ dice speakers.

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The concept for the BonoBoss speakers came out of Korea’s sadi (Samsung Art & Design Institute), and they really do look like a couple of oversize black dice. The sides of the BOS-S300D dice speakers has dice-like pips on it, though the front houses a full-range 2.5″ driver instead. The clever design even incorporates its controls into the “five” side of one die. Power is driven by a 2 watt class-D amp, and they’ll connect to any device with a standard 3.5mm audio connector.

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They’re currently available only in Korea, where you can find them for 27,200 KRW (~$24 USD) over at the EarlyShop. Though I’m hopeful somebody at one of the casinos in Las Vegas is reading this and will decide to import a bunch to sell in their gift shop. Too bad they don’t come in white though.

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