Soundwall showcases the art of good sound

The modern music appreciation for your eyes and ears
Soundwall showcases the art of good sound

Where’s that music coming from?

Make an educated guess.

I don’t see any speakers

Follow your ears.

Why is your Monet singing Temper Trap?

Because Temper Trap is class. But back to the point, congratulations, you found the source of that elusive sound! 

Where are you hiding the speaker?

The entire surface of the art piece - the Soundwall - is the speaker. It’s essentially a wireless flat-panel speaker driven by a Raspberry Pi computer and amplifier covered by an art piece of your picking. Subwoofers can also be added to enhance bass.


Introducing Soundwall from Soundwall on Vimeo.

There are no switches, how do I work it?

Just plug it into a power source and set up a Wi-Fi connection. Apple users can easily use AirPlay to control the Soundwall, but Android users will have to use the slightly more technical UPnP protocol. That’s not a deal-breaker though, just imagine the large expanse of sound this allows you.

My place could use some sprucing up

The Soundwall’s just the thing for you then. It comes in five sizes, ranging from the 24×36” Poster for US$949 (RM3115) to the 40×60” Epic for US$2499 (RM8200). As for the aesthetics, you can choose from their existing gallery of prints, submit your own to be custom-printed, or paint it on a blank canvas, you Van Gogh you.


Source: Soundwall