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Phonofone II.

March 7th, 2008 · No Comments

Using passive amplification, this device turns the sound produced by your iPod headphones into speaker-quality acoustics. The Phonofone II is constructed of rigid ceramics — its properties transmit audio waves — resonating up to 55 decibels without the use of electricity. Unlike its progenitor the gramophone, the Phonofone II is not intended for use as a home stereo but merely as a supplement to personal audio devices.

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