PodSpot – the world's largest iPod speaker

31 August 2008 One Comment Mike Evans

PodSpot iPod speaker
If you need some serious ooomph to your music, you could do worse than buy yourself a PodSpot: an external speaker that’s been designed to hook up to an iPod or any other MP3 player, and broadcast the sound at a mighty 115db through its tweeters, horns and two huge 10″ subwoofers.

To give you an ideal of scale, if you follow the black line of the iPod connector to the top of the unit, you’ll find a little iPod sitting there.
PodSpot huge iPod speaker
Clearly designed for outdoor use, the PodSpot is fully mobile (assuming you have a forklift!) and is actually powered by batteries, although whether these are the same batteries that powered milk floats of old isn’t known!)

[Source: YankoDesign]


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