Bespoke Frame Speaker to Launch on Kickstarter

“Who says a speaker has to look like a bulky speaker?” says Napal’s Vice President Byungju Lee. Lee has made it a life mission to integrate sound into interior design by creating multifunctional speakers. This time, Lee and his team at Napal are introducing their latest invention SOREE – a customizable frame speaker.
At first glance, SOREE looks like a simple and elegant black frame. It easily complements any home and adds a level of dimension to the artwork that hangs in front. Yet once paired to a phone, it begins playing music that resonates through the entire space, creating an ambience unique to your room.
Napal prints images of your choice on a pro-grade flat plate, which goes through a specialized printing process to maintain colors on the steel material. Its patented vibrating mechanism causes the entire plate surface to vibrate, producing an even balance for the treble, mid, and bass sounds. Lee prides SOREE in being able to best express jazz, classical, pop, and ballad.
SOREE, meaning “sound” in Korean, is a product Napal is proud to present to the crowdfunding community. Starting May 24, 2021, the frame speaker will be available for a limited pre-order with Kickstarter-exclusive discount deals up to 25% off retail. View SOREE’s pre-launch page here.
NAPAL, which means “horn” in Korean, is a creative production company based in Korea that is challenging the way speakers are designed and perceived. The team aims to create a new culture where sound becomes a necessary element in interior design. To learn more about the team, please visit
Source: Napal