If you are looking for a little more originality in a home theatre system, you might be interested in a new system which has been created inside an old Art Deco heater casing.
Project Ayr as it has been called, is powered by an Intel Core i3-3225 processor, supported by 8GB of RAM and Intel Cherryville solid state disk (SSD). Watch the video after the jump to learn a little more.
The Art Deco fanless home theatre system is housed in Mahogany and has been created by Jeffrey Stephenson, and is powered by a 150W Pico PSU and equipped with a Silverstone HE02 passive heatsink.
The Project Ayr project took two month to complete and shows just what can be accomplished with old unused enclosures that would normally be scrapped. For more images of the project jump over to Jeffrey Stephenson’s website.
Source: Fanless Tech
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