IPhone Amplifier From Recycled Instruments

Editor   December 9, 2013   Comments Off on IPhone Amplifier From Recycled Instruments

IPhone amplifier from recycled instruments

Designed creative speakers for iPhone

Nowadays almost everything in our everyday lives is completely digital and sometimes it is to add very nice a bit appropriate charm to. A creative idea that belongs to Christopher Locke from Austin, Texas. Instead of designing a new speaker for the iPhone, he formed some brass and into the amplifier. He has a beautiful, decorative pieces from some salvaged trumpets, trombones and French horns created. He has them “analog tele Phonographers” named.


iPhone amplifier from recycled instruments

IPhone amplifier from recycled instruments old-fashioned

The inspiration and the idea for these designs arise from the form of old-fashioned turntable was used already in the year 1877. Locke has produced custom made each piece he needed various machine parts. Every work of art has its own structure and requires no external power source. Align on both iPhones and iPads, if you are interested in the old world charm, a self created pattern could create holes. Watch the video below and understand how these pieces work.

Remarkable appearanceIPhone amplifier from recycled instruments old-fashioned design

Golden feat

IPhone amplifier from recycled instruments analog

Reuse old instruments with style

IPhone amplifier from recycled instruments analog stand

Clever and attractive design

IPhone amplifier from recycled instruments without external energy source

Entwofren specially for iPhone and iPad

IPhone amplifier from recycled instruments trumpet

A video of the project

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