These El Boxos are without a doubt audiophile speakers, but they are ideally suited for those looking for speakers that can rock out in addition to offering high-fidelity reproduction of quality recordings. That is to say, the Dos speakers are not quite as precise in audiophile terms as the El Boxo Unos, but in exchange they are more forgiving when it comes to poorly recorded music. The Dos speakers are astoundingly great speakers for those whose tastes run towards punk, rock, and hip hop, but they perform very well with all sorts of music.
Construction is walnut veneered MDF and solid walnut, finished with hand-rubbed varnish and paste wax. They are large cubes of 11.5".
Audiowood speakers are custom made to order in about 3-4 weeks.
Audiowood speakers come with a 2 year warranty against defects in manufacture and assembly. Warranty does not cover damage to drivers based on misuse.
Driver: SEAS Prestige T18REX/XFC (H1353) 7" Coaxial
Specifications per Seas:
8 ohm impedance
Frequency response: 46Hz (@-3dB) to 25kHz, front ported
Power handling: 80W Long Term, 250W Short Term
Price is per pair.
$60 shipping in the Continental US, $100 to AK, HI and Canada, $200 international. Please select one option.
International customers are responsible for any customs charges levied by your home country.
11.5" x 11.5" x 11.5"
Shipping cost: $60.00
I'm a designer and woodworker.
I was born and raised in suburban Florida. After high school I got as far away from malls and subdivisions as possible, studying the arts - visual art, design, architecture, literature, aesthetic theory - in Western New York, New York City, and Europe. I almost became an architect, almost became a professional academic, and almost became a non-profit civil rights worker. I earned degrees in Art History and English (BA, Hobart), English (MA, Carnegie Mellon), and Media Studies (PhD, Pitt). Somewhere along the way, the desire to make things with my hands took over and I shifted away from academic issues towards the production of physical objects.
Since 1997 I've worked consistently as a design and build carpenter/woodworker. In 2008 I started building handmade audio equipment, which I make under the name Audiowood.
I think of most of my works as small acts of architecture: things that stand on their own, and that suggest an entire way of living. I picture each of my products standing alone in a big, all-white loft in New York City; woody, but not necessarily woodsy.
Since 2008, I've had the privilege of working with clients like Anthropologie, Bushmills, Paramount Pictures, and various A-List celebrities. Audiowood products have been featured in dozens of major international publications like The New York Times, Wired (Germany), California Home and Design, and Velvet (Italy), and online from Gizmodo to DesignBoom to Metal and dozens of other blogs. I was named a "Person to Watch" by New Orleans Magazine, and was even lucky enough to be awarded the "Most Unique Work" award in Contemporary Crafts at 2015 Jazz Fest.
Joel Scilley is a New Orleans artist living and working in the 7th Ward.
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