This completely changes the meaning of portable speaker.
Using old suitcases, Dominic Odbert in Sacramento creates one-of-a-kind speakers, CNET reports.
Most old vintage suitcases are made from wood, which Odbert says helps produce a rich sound. He hand selects woofers and tweeters, but says he uses many new Sony and Pioneer drivers. The BoomCases come in mono and stereo.
These suitcases speakers can be built completely to customer specifications and range in price from sub-$300 to $4,000. The $1,195 Silver Knight, for instance, puts a 400-watt amp in a rare rawhide suitcase. You can find BoomCases at its online store and even some brick-and-motor stores.
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