Saxound (Wireless Speaker) by Syed Tajudeen Abdul Rahman
2012 - 2013, Golden A' Digital and Electronic Devices Design Award Winner
Saxound is a unique concept inspired from some of the leading speakers in the world. It is a fusion of the best innovation that has been made already few years ago, with a blend of our own innovation, thus making it a whole new experience for the people. The product itself stands for its best in build quality and assembly. It brings a whole new method of manufacturing technique, which will be way more efficient for today's standard.
The core elements of Saxound are the cylindrical shape and threading assembly. The dimensions of Saxound is inspired from a regular compact disc of 13 centimeter of diameter and a height of 9.5 centimeter, which can be displaced by one hand. It consist of two 1”tweeters, two 2”mid drivers and one bass radiator. Saxound is majorly divide into four parts, the one button, the base battery, pentagonal module and the module cover (aluminium mesh) and are connected by threading. The main materials used in this speaker are aluminium for its body and poly-carbonate for the button. Poly-carbonate is used for its unbreakable reliability, since the one button is the only user contact part. Usage of other materials like metals or woods for the button may lead to dents or cracks respectively. This speaker creates a  new space in the category of wireless speakers on the basis of manufacturing technique, form-factor and user experience.
Design Challenges
The most challenged problem was to line up the array of sound drivers in a small factor assembly.
Production Technology
Aluminium Body, Break free polymers, Shock proof Silicons, Chrome and rubberized grips.
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