3D printed ball-shaped Speakers from Vienna

3D printed ball-shaped Speakers from Vienna

The 3D printed speakers the Rock are one of the first of their kind to be produced with 3D printing. mo° sound is a speaker producer based in Vienna, who is famous for ceramics speakers of unusual form. Most likely teamed up with mo° sound to produce speakers that combine high precision sound and unconventional design. They use 3D printers to manage the design (interior and exterior) and to achieve better sound quality.

Before producing the speakers, the group decided to design them in a spherical form, then they built on a bass reflex tube to allow lower frequency and chose an edgy exterior design to provide easy handling. The speakers don’t require WiFi or Bluetooth connection for easier use. They go with a common mini stereo jack input.  The speakers are available in a number of colours (including red, green, opaque) and are made from a biodegradable thermoplastic (PLA).

3D printed ball-shaped Speakers from Vienna

Here are the technical characteristics of the speakers:

  • Each speaker is 18×16.5×18 cm weighing 1 kilo
  • Use 3.5mm stereo connectors
  • 8 ohm effective resistance
  • 3“ broadband
  • 100 – 20.000 Hz frequency response

If you order the speakers, the set will include 2 speakers, 1,5-meter loudspeaker cable, power support and a 1,5-meter stereo cable. The speakers are 3D printed and assembled in Vienna, Austria.

3D printed ball-shaped Speakers from Vienna

Using the speakers will let you reach impressive stereo sound, as if on a 3D stage, where you can identify the position of each performer. This is achieved partially thanks to the round shape and a small drive. Music can be heard not only in front of the speakers, but all around the room. The Rock speakers have a very peculiar inside structure. While in ordinary speakers there are 3 parallel walls, these speakers feature numerous walls of various sizes and angles. This structure prevents the sound waves from getting into one another’s way. And that’s how you get pure, precise and spatial sound.

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3D printed ball-shaped Speakers from Vienna

All the tests with the speakers are over now, the project features no risks. Note that they are produced on demand only. So if you are interested in getting unconventional speakers, contact Most likely and tell them what colour you would like to have. The speakers will be produced in about a week, or a bit more. The terms depend on the number of orders the company gets.

 

 

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