Three-Inch Speaker Can Create Enough Sound To Fill An Entire Room

Three-Inch Speaker Can Create Enough Sound To Fill An Entire Room
Design & Architecture

The 1Q is a small but powerful Bluetooth sound system that fits in the palm of your hand and can deliver sound for 30 feet.

Emma Hutchings
  • 31 july 2012

The 1Q is a 3-inch handcrafted wood cube that houses a powerful Bluetooth sound system. David Laituri’s tiny wooden speaker fits in the palm of your hand but can deliver sound for 30 feet. It works with any smartphone, laptop or tablet, with either 3.5mm wired or Bluetooth audio out capability. The device has approximately 10 hours battery life and can be recharged with the included USB charger.

Three-Inch Speaker Can Create Sound For An Entire Room

The 1Q has already exceeded it’s goal on Kickstarter but can still be ordered for a couple of weeks. The bamboo or walnut versions are available for a pledge of $95, while a red beech limited edition is available for $125. This first production run is expected to be delivered well before the holidays. You can watch the project video below:


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