If you’ve always enjoyed music while having your food but can’t because the stereo is too far away from the dining table, you could a) move the stereo closer to the dining table or b) invest in an Acoustable from Wolfgang Bregentzer and Jerome Spriet. The Acoustable is an interesting table that is hollowed out and stuffed with a sound system to turn it into a large 360 degree speaker that pumps music out at every angle. Anyone sitting at the table can enjoy music and whatever audio they decide put in through the table’s USB ports. When not in use, everything hides away nicely, without a trace of the table being anything more than a regular table. What a great way to hide your sound system from would-be thieves. No prices have been mentioned to how much this thing costs, but if you’re interested in finding out more, just head over to the Acoustable website.

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