People that love vintage products or antiques will love the ivictrola iPod Amplifier. Most gadgets are shiny, sleek, and have a contemporary feel but the ivictrola iPod amplifier is created to look and feel like something that is half a century old.
The ivictrola iPod amplifier was created and designed by Matt Richmond and harkens back to the olden days when the light bulb was simply an idea and not an invention.
The best thing about the ivictrola iPod amplifier is that batteries or an electrical plug is not required to run the machine. A solar panel isn’t used either. Instead, the device runs on an acoustic amplification based on its simple and smart engineering. Of course the sound is not as clean as what a person should expect from high-tech speakers, but the sound quality on the ivictrola should still suffice.
The ivictrola iPod amplifier is incredibly well built and has a metal horn that provides maximum amplification. The base of the ivictrola iPod amplifier is hand-carved from beautiful walnut, which is recycled from high-end furniture.
The ivictrola iPod amplifier cost $400, however, this seems like a fair price for such a well-made device that is soundly built and provides such a unique, antique touch for the iPod, iPhone, and home. The ivictrola iPod amplifier isn’t available yet but should soon be available at Design Without Reach as a limited edition device.