Beautifully connected with a piece of American walnut, the iVictrola links the iPad's tiny speaker to the reverberating capabilities of an old-school Magnavox phonograph horn, while using a drop of electricity.
The iVictrola will be available this November in limited numbers and at a cost of $985.
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