1. Designed by Schreer Delights, this iShark is an analog amplifier that your iPhone 4 or 4s can be inserted into the slot in the iShark's back. The funny thing is it turns your phone into the iShark's dorsal fin. The sound emerges from its mouth. On Shapeways you can choose which material and color you want to 3D print it, with starting price &70.
(image credit: Schreer delights)
2. This cute toy-liked iVictrola Gramophone is created by Schreer Design, it is an analog amplifier for the iPhone made by using the 3D printing technology. Manufactured by Shapeways, this amplifier has two parts, a sound horn and a sound magnifier. The sound horn can be adjusted up or down to direct the sound. The sound magnifier comes in a cubic structure, which holds a slot for iPhone. There are two colors your can choose from: red and white. This design is inspired by the early 20th century Victrola wind-up phonograph.
(image credit: Shapeways)
3. This iPhone passive audio amplifier - the iGhettoblaster is from Pocket Factory. There is no need of any wires or electricity to make it work. So, just plug your iPhone in and experience your favorite numbers.
(image credit: Pocket Factory)
4~8. GROWit had a design competition of the best non-electrically amplified iPhone dock. Check out these 5 amplifiers with great acoustics and creative design. They are created using the Objet Connex 3D Printer.
(image credit: GROWit)
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