Englishman develops 60,000 volt plasma arc loudspeaker
Reported simply as “Richard from England”, one man has built his own plasma speaker, which uses tungsten-tipped electrodes and 60,000 volts of electricity to produce a large plasma arc.
A by-product of plasma arcs is ozone, which can be deadly in large quantities, but Richard reckons that the prototype produces none at all.
Boston Acoustics launches SoundWare compact polyhedron speaker
Boston Acoustics has introduced its SoundWare loudspeaker range, compact, high performance two-way polyhedron-shaped speakers designed to fit practically anywhere. They can be used both indoors and outdoors, wall or ceiling mounted or simply stood on a table or the…