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The Gramohorn II: Accoustic Speakers Gone Wild

by Range
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The HTC One has been a pleasant phone to own, ever since I upgraded from my iPhone. But I have to say that I’ve never considered adding on a pair of 3D-printed speakers that cost thousands of dollars. These speakers look interesting, but they’ll cost you quite a bit of cash.

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The Gramohorn II speakers are designed to amplify the sound of your HTC phone. They were based on a commission by HTC UK from Justin Wolter. They are supposed to be able to boost the HTC’s included speakers’ volume by 50%.

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Gramohorn II works with the HTC One family of phones, from the HTC One, the HTC One Mini and the HTC One Max, thanks to a changeable cradle. The plaster resin version will cost you approximately $1,610(USD) while the milled stainless steel version will fetch a whopping $8,030.

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[via Ubergizmo]

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