The Air Module is a Portable, Power-Free Wooden Amplifier

By: Deborah Kim - Published: Aug 14, 2011 • References: yankodesign
The Air Module designed by Arthur Trichelieu for iPhones brings simplicity and minimalism back to technology. This speaker, which better represents a wooden soapbox, requires no power supply, enabling it to travel with you and blast music from any neck of the woods.

The Air Module is made from a rubber brake, wood and a ceramic system that allows it to create the manipulated and modulated sound that amplifies the speakers on your iPhone. The speaker basically works as a wooden shell that envelops your iPhone, augmenting its sound naturally. Although Trichelieu has developed this product specifically for iPhones, it is safe to say that any phone that can fit into the box will be compatible with this no-fuss speaker system. Stats for Soapbox Phone Speakers Trending: Older & Mild
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