Hot Rod iPhone Speaker Docks Made From Hot Rod Parts
Jun 07, 2012 12:21
Apple docks and speakers are getting a little boring already. But these hand built aluminum docks are shaped like the exhaust pipes from hot rods, simply because they are actually from hot rods.
Designed in Italy, iXoost docks come in three models: eight cylinders, 10 cylinders, and 12 cylinders. The eight- and 10-cylinder models both have two 28mm tweeters, two 25mm mid-ranges, a 100mm sub, and a 200mm sub—the latter model is larger in size. The 12-cylinder model adds a third tweeter, midrange, and 100mm sub.
The price of these things is still unknown, but what a dock to have. Check out a few more pictures in the gallery below: [iXoost via Cult of Mac]
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