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This log of Virginia Cedar was from a tree that was blown down in a storm. It was made into an acoustic amplifier docking station for an iPod, by boring out a cone shape, and installing a USB connection cable. It works like a megaphone by amplifying the sound without electronics. The sound from the tiny speaker on an iPod will have about twice the volume and a better tone. When the cable is plugged into a charger or computer the iPod will charge and/or sync.

The acoustic sound amplifier works on an iPod or iPhone with the speaker on the LEFT SIDE BOTTOM as you look at it from the front. The USB cable is the Apple type and should work on any iPhone or iPod. The cable is 31" long. Your iPod or iPhone will be supported by the back of the log, so the touch screen can be used while it is plugged in, without pushing it off the base.

The log is about 10" high at the back, about 5" in diameter and has a rustic look, with some natural "defects." The outer bark was removed with some of the inner bark remaining, showing a variety of colors. Tracks from bark boring insects make an interesting pattern and there is a crack as seen in one of the photos, which is natural when the wood dries out. A satin finish was applied to bring out the beauty of the cedar. The bottom of the log is padded with a piece of soft leather.

iPod Acoustic Amplifier docking station made from a Cedar Log


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cedar, leather
  • Only ships to United States from Virginia, United States.
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