It is constructed by connecting a radio cassette/CD player, usually of lower Power (PMPO) to a speaker using an earphone cord/jack and placing the speaker upside down onto a native water pot or native music drum.
Although the speakers are of lower wattage but when the speaker is put onto the native pot/drum, the bass is multiplied.
Sometimes, there are several of these connections placed at the four corners of the room and sometimes hidden in the ceiling of the house. Visitors usually wondered where the sound is coming from but cannot see the speakers.
Some people born yesterday will not understand this home theater, but please take life easy, because nothing lasts forever.
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