Phonofonics II – Ceramic iPod Speaker

Phonofonics II

The Canadian-made Phonofonics II ($835) is said to be able to get a 55 dB sound level out of your iPod without using any external power.

Here’s how it works:

Through passive amplification alone, These unique pieces instantly transform any personal music player + earbuds into a sculptural audio console.

Without the use of external power or batteries, the Phonofone inventively exploits the virtues of horn acoustics to boost the audio output of standard earphones to up to 55 decibles* (or roughly the maximum volume of laptop speakers)

Upon connecting active earphones to the Phonofone their trebly buzzing is instantly and profoundly transformed into a warm, rich and resonant sound.

The Phonofonics II is a limited edition product at 200 units.

(Newlaunches via Gizmodo)

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Robert Birming

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6 Responses to “Phonofonics II – Ceramic iPod Speaker”

  1. Hi…I am very impressed with your ceramic ipod phonofonics 2. Do you know if they are available in NZ anywhere?. Thanks…Hollie.

  2. I’m afraid I don’t know if the Phonofonics II ceramic iPod speaker is available in New Zealand. Anyone else who knows?

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