Even if we weren’t in the midst of a vintage revival, we would still make no bones about our love of the classic audio experience. Gramophones, for instance, rank pretty high on our list of “stuff to buy when we’re old and rich.” The combination of metal and wood, the organic and geometric lines, something about it just makes us feel warm and fuzzy on the inside. Let’s face it though, regardless of how awesome it is, it’s just freaking inconvenient. And that is exactly why approximately 60% of the time we listen to music on our iPhones – all the time. What if we could bridge the gap between gramophone greatness and iPhone portability? The Bone Collection iPhone Portable Speaker is that bridge. Using old school acoustic science, the stand adds 12 decibels of output to your iPhone (original, 3g, 3gs, 4) speaker. Best of all, it won’t eat up your battery. At all.
Brian Eno Turntable II
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