Retro Gadget iPod Dock

    The novelty was created on the basis of the device, which was first introduced back in 1946. This Philco dynamic test fixture can once again become popular, but now in the form of an iPod speaker amplifier. Although this novelty was created on the basis of a device that is already 63 years old, it looks much more stylish than many modern innovations.

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    Under the case there is a 10-watt amplifier on semiconductor elements, as well as a coaxial 13.33 cm loudspeaker. On the side panel are bass controls, two jacks and left and right RCA inputs. An iPod dock connects to the side panel to play music and recharge your iPod. A massive protruding handle on the front is a sound level control.

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