This Analog Tele-Phonographer Plays Music Louder from Your Phone

By: Jessica Marren - Published: May 1, 2013 • References: heartlessmachine
The Analog Tele-Phonographer was created by Christopher Locke who decided to use an old trumpet as a way to make the music from his iPhone sound more authentic.

Christopher Locke used random machine parts he had lying around to turn the brass instrument into a speaker which uses no absolutely no external power whatsoever.

Music that is played through the Analog Tele-Phonographer is amplified and projected outwards, which allows musical sounds to fill rooms with clear, loud music.The entire brass unit has been coated with a clear gloss coat to protect it. 

The next time you are looking for a speaker to make the music on your phone louder and have more of an impact, think about how authentic the jazz music coming from this modified trumpet must sound and then consider building your own. Stats for Smartphone Amplifying Trumpets Trending: Older & Chilly
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