Symphonica is a speaker that requires no electricity whatsoever
Symphonica, say what?
Symphonica is bringing out a beautiful new phone speaker that requires no electricity at all.
No, it’s not powered by Thor and his hammer of lightning. It’s also not a Bluetooth speaker.
This Symphonica speaker is made entirely of wood.
The speaker was designed by Freddie Kwoh, an acoustic engineer who unfortunately passed away last year. Fortunately, his friends are keeping his dream alive and have thus started this kickstarter campaign for his amazing product.
What’s more musically symphonic than a speaker made from wood?
A wooden speaker in the shape of a horn. You stand your smartphone on the horn-shaped speaker and let the natural wood do what it does best, which is to elevate and amplify sound.
The only thing you’ll need to charge is your smart phone, which you can just charge whilst enjoying your amplified music or do so afterwards.
It is a completely organic speaker requiring no electricity at all to function, so much so that it might as well be a branch on a tree. Because of this fact there are no playback controls, unless you reach for your phone.
For those who like controls, Symphonica has also produced a wooden Bluetooth controller available for an additional $25. This controller will allow you to skip songs and adapt the volume to your liking via Bluetooth.
The cost of backing this unique product is a mere $75 with delivery expected in June 2017. There is also a bunch, or shall I say a ‘branch’ of other wooden accessories to choose from including the aforementioned controller as well as nifty wooden cases for your smartphone.
The name Symphonica sounds like their speakers will result in sonic ecstasy.
To back this product visit their page on Kickstarter.