In theme parks there are lots of them. Who would have told us that one day they would reach homes ! We are talking about the camouflage speakers that the American firm Niles Audio has presented and that imitate flowerpots or even rocks . The purpose is that we can spread them around our garden or terrace and secretly create a good musical atmosphere.
The pots are designed to put live plants inside. In principle they are resistant to humidity and can withstand extreme temperatures from -45º to 85º , that is, they have ensured the shot. They are made to the artisan, imitating the classic forms although inside they carry technology in its purest form . Apparently each speaker works with amplifiers between 10 and 100 watts of power . The sound comes out of a decorative grille that has been carefully placed so that nothing is noticeable.
The speaker-rocks are another of the novelties that Niles has designed . In total there are 20 varieties of rocks with a built-in speaker , to place them distractedly in the garden and to be completely camouflaged. Materials such as talc, carbon or ceramic have been used for their manufacture , which also have the ability to reduce acoustic distortion . These work with amplifiers between 10 and 200 watts of power .
To make the montage more perfect, it will be enough to buy a record with the noise of birds, waterfalls and nature and we will hide that we are in the heart of the city. And if we want to give a touch of light, we can place these moon lights , which we already discovered in their day. Of course, turning the terrace into a bucolic garden is worth it: each pot, for example, costs about 232 euros in this store . It is what it costs to listen to music in the garden .