09. July 2013 · Write a comment · Categories: Hifi News · Tags:

Some of our UK readers may have seen the Rinz Sound loudspeakers on the recent Channel 4 “Four RinzSound_SaharaRooms”. In a nutshell Rinz Sounds design and manufacture ultra-contemporary Hifi  loudspeakers made out of recycled glass and are the first company ever to do so.

Arina Sprinz is the designer of the loudspeakers and she is a graduate of London’s South Bank University where she read product design.

The bespoke loudspeakers are entirely hand-made in Britain, using patented manufacturing technology. Each pair of Rinz Speakers is unique and takes 4 weeks to engineer from locally-sourced glass to each customer’s specific colour-matching specification.

The sound reproduction system itself is housed within stalagmite-like cabinets comprising 95% recycled glass with a unique organic resin.



Type: Three-way, rear-vented loudspeaker

Driver Complement: Aluminium Dome Tweeter/5”Kevlar

Midrange: 6.5” Woven Kevlar Woofer

Frequency Response: 62Hz-22kHz +/- 3dB

Sensitivity: 88dB

Impedance: 8 ohms

Power Handling: 150w

Dimensions: 130cm x 33cm x 33cm

Weight: 23kg each

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