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Flat flexible loudspeaker French letter

You know...for sex.
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If music be the food of love...play on.

So they are printing speakers soon <see link>. Frank'n'Beans CO have decided to forego the obvious release of this season's much anticipated audible T-shirts, given the less than miserable uptake of AnyFlag Tm. I guess semaphore and some are against...

Nevertheless, be prepared to be totally encapsulated by the wonder of the Flat Flexible Loudspeaker - French Letter.

MP3 encoding, wonk, wonk. Micro-controllers, wonk, wonk. SSD's under the scrote, wonk, wonk. Intra-vaginal vibrations, wonk, wonk.

Basically, for you boys, it is a diagnostic tool. If you get an echo, it is time to leave. Discretely of course (don't want to get caught with your pants down).

Not sure if this will be well received. Batteries not included. May contain nuts.

4whom, Apr 21 2011

Very flat loudspeakers http://www2.warwick...s/new_flat_flexible
[4whom, Apr 21 2011]

What? Garter_20condoms
[normzone, Apr 21 2011]

I'm confused... Audio_20Airbags
...but I know how to gratuitously cross-link... [normzone, Apr 21 2011]


       What is the idea?
Voice, Apr 21 2011

       Speakers printed on a condom using the warwick technology.
4whom, Apr 21 2011

       I don't see any appeal, humor, or use for this. [-]
Voice, Apr 21 2011

       It is quite likely that it is falling on deaf ears...
4whom, Apr 21 2011

       I see all three, [Voice], but then again, I lead a different life than you do.
normzone, Apr 21 2011

       This is stuningly good. [+]
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 21 2011

       <walks in - has a quick look - tip-toes back out *discreetly*>
Jinbish, Apr 21 2011

       Can I have one that plays 1812 Overture, please?   

       Oh, and to paraphrase [Voice], "Come again?" {Which, incidentally is what's scrateched in the lead-out space of the single version of "Je t'aime", which would be another suitable track}
Dub, Apr 23 2011

       Best results with a simple 5-10 Hz tone and the amplitude cranked up to eleven.   

       (//Can I have one that plays 1812 Overture// Only if your timing's very good.)
mouseposture, Apr 23 2011

       What [Voice] said.
sqeaketh the wheel, Apr 23 2011

       From a female perspective...I echo [sqeaketh the wheel], and [Voice].
blissmiss, Apr 23 2011

       Knowing nothing whatsoever about any of the elements of the topic under discussion (apart from the music bit), I'd hazard that, provided the speakers had good bass, vibrations might prove to be a pleasurable side-effect.   

       However, being in strongly favour of keeping things simple and natural, I'd have to [-] this.
DeniqueCoelum, Apr 23 2011

       Good decision, I'd venture to say.
blissmiss, Apr 23 2011

       ... training condoms that play a metronome tick, for couples that can't quite get the motions in sync. [ ] as is, too distracting.
FlyingToaster, Apr 24 2011


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