With the “Transparent Speaker,” People People propose a new look for an audio system—in the form of a transparent glass box with a minimal black frame—but also a more sustainable form for electronics. The speaker can be fully disassembled, each individual part replaceable and fixable, and some even recyclable. It ships almost flat, can be assembled at home, and its see-through aesthetic blends seamlessly into any environment. People People worked with audio technicians in pursuit of transparent acoustics, “where nothing gets in the way of the act of listening.” With this translucent speaker system, listeners can “see everything as it works, each pulsation of bass from the woofer, the tinkelings of the drivers, [and] enjoy the satisfaction from the torsion drag on its knobs and that click of the power rocker switch.”

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