The Irish Speaker stands has a massive airpod built into it.
The speaker stands stands are not only a great way to listen to podcasts but are also great for the Irish public to get a better sense of the size of the city.
The speaker stands have been around since the 1920s and are still being used by a number of public bodies in the city, such as the Dublin Bus Corporation and the Waterfront Commission.
The speakers are designed to be able to be lifted over a foot, but it’s not something that can be easily carried across the street.
The airpod, which has been around for over a century, is an air suspension device that lifts a speaker from the ground by using air pressure to lift the speaker.
It can also be used to make a very loud sound, with the speaker standing above the road.
It was invented by John Hickey and was designed to keep up with the changing times in the world of air transportation, particularly during World War II.
In the 1960s, a company called A/S Aeropostale created a series of speakers, which were made from wood.
In 1974, A/C Aeropastale created the speaker stands for the Dublin Metro.
They have been used by the Irish Government since 1981.
The Irish Speaker stand is made of 4.6m aluminium rods, weighing around 8.5 tonnes, and weighs just under 10 tonnes.
The four rods have four holes drilled into them.
The rods are connected by four tubes and are connected to a speaker.
The tubes allow the speaker to be raised over a very wide range of heights, with a speaker standing at about 18 metres above the ground.
The audio speaker sits in a box that is held on by four bolts, which can be moved in a variety of ways.
It’s also able to stand on the ground for a long time.
The Ireland Speaker stands are a great choice for people who like to listen over a long distance, because they are much quieter than the standard speaker stands.
The A/D Aeropower is the name of the company that made the speaker stand, and the speaker is the first of its kind in Ireland.
The company is now selling them to a variety a public bodies and is currently seeking to sell another speaker stand to a private company in Ireland that will have a similar speaker.