Aug.16, 2012

3D Printing is no longer just for prototyping. Simply Amplified launched their first product line made on a 3D printer: Symphony Shells.

Inspired by marine life, Symphony Shells are one-of-a-kind 3D printed iPhone sound amplifiers. Free from cables or batteries, Symphony Shells can be easily taken or placed anywhere. It is claimed Symphony Shells can boost your phone's volume by up to 400%!

Symphony Shells are currently available at Kickstarter with three designs:

The URCHIN:


The URCHIN is an universal amplifier fitting with any iPhone model. With an average amplification of 12 decibels, it offers the best "bang" for your buck.

Dimensions: 4 x 4.75 x 4.5 inches
Material: Full Color Sandstone Like or Off-White Plastic

The MUREX:

The MUREX is made to fit your iPhone 3G/S or 4/S.

Average amplification: 16 decibels
Dimensions: 4 x 7.25 x 4.5 inches
Material: Full Color Sandstone Like

The NAUTILUS:


The NAUTILUS is made to fit your iPhone 3G/S or 4/S.

Average amplification: 19 decibels
Dimensions: 9.5 x 6 x 4.75 inches
Material: Full Color Sandstone Like

 

Simply Amplified also created a OFF-WHITE PLASTIC URCHIN pledge for Kickstarter project. For $35 you will receive a plastic URCHIN made of a different material, see the images below.

(Images credit: Simply Amplified)

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