If you’re the type that values form over function, you might want to take a look at these MinuSkull speakers from Paris-based design duo, Kuntzel+Deygas. These skull-shaped speakers appear to make good use of the speaker’s tweeters as eyes, and combined with the rest of the body gives the illusion of a skull, albeit a friendly-looking one.
The MinuSkull speakers are apparently handcrafted and will be available in three versions – a classic walnut wood, white or black with a piano lacquer finish. Its frequency range is from 60Hz-20kHz with an amplifier that can pump out 50Watts. It has a width of 9.25”, a height of 10.63” and a depth of 5.91” and will weigh 11 pounds.
While we can’t speak for the sound quality of these speakers, we have to admit that they do look aesthetically pleasing and would make for a great decorative piece even if you choose to ignore the fact that these are a set of speakers. Unfortunately great design usually comes with a hefty price tag attached and these MinuSkull speakers are no different. The speakers are available from its website for a whopping €1,600.
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