Sunday, November 23, 2008

Boombench by NL Architects

Boombench - German designer Michael Schoner of NL Architects has designed a bench that plays music from your mobile phone or MP3 player via Bluetooth. Part of a display for Urban Play 2, the boombench is a street furniture built to shape the urban environment by using technology and music. In order to boost the capacity, it features eight 60-watt co-axial speakers and two subwoofers that can be accessed via Bluetooth. You can also connect your player to the amplifier and play music with 95 dB high quality sound with a bass shaker in the seat which will transform the deep sounds into vibrations that enhance the physical sensation of your tunes. Sounds totally dope and we need something like this in Singapore too. Check out the video below on the Boombench.

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