Granny’s Cobramatic Zenith is rocking the house, gonna make you sweat.
I converted this console stereo system in an iPhone blaster courtesy of the dual 4″ midranges, 1″ tweeters and 8 subwoofer powered by an internal amplifier. LED backlighting adds the right amount of glow to the dial.
A 1940′s floor-standing radio with a modern complement of speakers, subwoofer, bluetooth and more.
A local family has owned this radio since the late 40′s. Sometime along the way it got a fresh coat of paint. I upgraded the grill cloth, added an amplifier and a couple of forward firing midrange/tweeter speakers plus a subwoofer that fires out the back. I can conservatively say that this thang get’s down.
Vintage floor-standing radio gets a facelift of speakers, amplifier and LED’s.
I took the shell of an old floor-standing radio and added a subwoofer, midrange speakers and tweeters with an amplifier. To replace the missing dial, i etched some plexiglass and added LED lights for effect. It sounds great and will shake the walls.
Glam out, Roxy Music style with this retro-green suitcase speaker system.
Completely refinished and retro-fit with modern speakers and amplifier, this oldie but goody brings the noize.
Led lit display panel offers a variety of color possibilities and the satellite / subwoofer system rocks anything your iPod, iPhone can bring.
From the trash-heap to the top of the pile, this vintage Decca record player gains new life as an MP3 docking station.
Dual high-frequency speakers mounted inside the record player’s cabinet, outboard single-reflex bandpass subwoofer hides away on the floor, power amplifier with bass, treble and volume controls.
One of my favorite things about recycling vintage stuff into speaker systems is the ability to revitalize an item that holds sentimental value to a client. This belonged to a friend’s grandfather.
It’s an MP3 docking station complete with a subwoofer and dual satellite speakers. Bass, treble and volume controls are included on the back. The square box on the bottom is the subwoofer, made to be heard but not necessarily seen. Simply place it on the floor.
Rockin’ the Berlin Wall.
Vintage Grundig tube radio converted into a 3-way speaker system with rear firing woofers. Plays really loud and sounds phenomenal.
Classic 1940′s Crosley radio converted to play MP3′s. Ride Sally Ride.
Powered 2.1 satellite / subwoofer system retro-fit into this classic tabletop radio. Volume / Bass / Treble controls…this thing really gets down. The subwoofer (the square thing under the radio) hides away on the floor. I built this a few years ago for a client. She’s no room for it and it’s been in storage for a few months. She hates to see it sit unused, so it’s up for sale.
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The Killer Capehart upcycled into a boomin’ Ipod dock. Back with some o’ doze block rockin’ beats…
I added an amplifier, a single-reflex bandpass subwoofer that fires out the back and a pair of mid/high speakers that play through the original grill cloth.