YO – Wireless Speaker Docking Station

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YO - Wireless Speaker Docking Station

The YO concept, created by the New York City based designer Victor Vetterlein, is a portable, wireless and waterproof stereo speaker docking station for audio players.

Inside the dock base are lithium-ion (rechargeable) batteries capable of powering the stereo system for hours when the unit is disconnected from a power source. The design intention is that a renewable energy source such as solar power, wind power, or hydroelectricity charges the battery packs when the stereo is not in use.

The speakers also contain lithium-ion batteries in their base, and recharge when placed in the stereo base portals. The batteries also provide high-density ballast enabling the speakers to stand upright when removed from the charging ports.

YO - Wireless Speaker Docking Station

The speaker enclosure is designed to amplify sound. The speakers are mounted in the rear of the speaker housing. Similar to a megaphone, the front portion of the speaker enclosure is extruded to increase and direct sound. Two removable rods are mounted between the stereo speakers to stabilize the stereo assembly and provide a lifting handle when the unit is transported.

Head over to Dezeen design blog to view more photos of the YO speaker.

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Robert Birming

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Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Robert is a blogger and musician with an eye on innovative gadgets and design geekiness.

2 Responses to “YO – Wireless Speaker Docking Station”

  1. Wireless Speakers Reply March 31, 2009 at 6:47 am

    lovely shape, kinda weird but i like it 🙂 do you know the price range for it ?

  2. I don’t understand the shape of it, and i don’t think it is compatible for mp3 either.

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