An innovative open-source design concept allows you to freely customize your speakers using readily available home materials.

Many consumers have explored the DIY-amplifier concept for iPhones and other smartphones using thick ceramic cups or similar containers. Capitalizing on this interesting consumer habit, Rhode Island-based design student Sarah Pease has created Audio Jar, a system that turns household jars into unique speakers.

Pease mounted open-source speakers by Fab Speakers on transparent jars with precision-cut openings to convey an organic aesthetic design. Because the homemade speaker system uses readily available materials, users can create their own versions of the Jar Speakers to create varying looks and sound textures.

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