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Published on April 1st, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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SoundSphere





Materials: 2 Blanda bowls,Cable curtain DIGNITET

Description: I took 2 bowls Blanda, drilled to insert the speaker from the inside, lined with sound-deadening, perforated behind to pull out the cables. Fixed to the ceiling with a steel cable, a cable curtain DIGNITET IKEA. Then glued, sealed and painted.

~ Damiano, Italy

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4 Responses to SoundSphere

  1. Damir Paco says:

    Go idea I have made speakers of these bowls. Try to see here 
    http://www.ikeahackers.net/2012/02/ikea-speaker.html

  2. Anonymous says:

    Looks pretty cool. How does it sound? Any specific speaker used?

  3. Moontree says:

    it looks like a big eyeball! AND IT IS STARING AT YOUUUUU

  4. Anonymous says:

    The sound is fairly good ,over the shower, whit all the tile around….the speaker is Pioneer from my old car, two way.
    I don’t care of the quality of sound in the bathroom.
    the other projects with BLANDA are very good.
    The volume of the boxes must be calculated based on the speaker’s features.The speaker’s cone was painted with varnish to make it waterproof.
    thanks

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