We have seen quite a few different homemade iPod and iPhone docks here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one is this cool retro iPod Dock by Peter Verrando, the Philco Dynamic Tester iPod Dock.
This cool iPod dock was made using a Philco Dynamic Tester from 1946, which is was small amplifier and speaker with an external probe that was used for fixing audio equipment.
The cabinet features a 10 watt solid state amplifier, together with a 5 1/4 inch Blaupunkt coaxial loudspeaker with a ceramic magnet, and it features a side panel with bass and treble controls as well as left and right RCA line inputs, plus two 1/4 inch jack inputs, and the iPod dock is plugged into the side panel.
Very cool, definitely one of the coolest iPod docks we have seen, head on over to Peter Verrando’s website for more details and lots more picture of the Philco Dynamic Tester iPod Dock.
Retro Thing via Gizmodo
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