There are a variety of speaker enclosures present in the market. They are crafted using different materials and are given shapes that may vary from simple to complex. These purpose engineered cabinets are used to wedge amplifiers, crossover circuits and other hardware circuits. Paul Summerson, an industrial designer by profession, has come up with one that looks very elegant and comes coated with a lot of style unlike traditional ones. Speaker Enclosure by Paul has been designed exclusively for the rotomolding process.
The Speaker Enclosure by Paul has been blessed with simple looks and resembles a fish bowl. The shape is quite interesting and will attract a lot of attention. It will double as a decoration piece and won’t make the area look dull like conventional enclosures that were placed in a corner and left to catch dust. In order to get a perfect speaker enclosure one has to make sure that it is non resonant, has minimum parallel walls and also has an exact volume that will favor the installed speaker driver. Paul kept all these factors in mind, which gave birth to the spherical shape of the product. The chosen shape makes sure that the distortion potentially, which is produced inside a rectilinear enclosure is eliminated completely.
It is known that adding mass is a sure short and effortless way for dampening resonance. The designer came up with an enclosure that is double-walled, giving the creation two chambers. A user will be endowed with the flexibility to customize the enclosure by adding the material as per their preference. The speaker driver will be installed and shipped to the user and later it can be stuffed with sand as well as concrete. This will let the user make good use of local materials and also save additional shipping cost and make sure the product doesn’t weigh much when the user receives it. In order to put the dampening material on show, the housing color can either be see-through or opaque.
The single piece, which is a rotomolded part, is sliced into two. The two parts then comprise of the outer and inner housing. Holes are drilled on the inner housing that is used as mounting points of the speaker. The bottom of the outer enclosure is drilled with holes that are used as the fill point. Holes are also drilled at the back that is further exploited for installing binding posts just to connect the wire of the speaker. Speaker Enclosure by Paul has been blessed with pleasant looks and will create great effects that will leave everyone awestruck.