Vintage Vinyl Bluetooth Speaker

Reclaimed records play music in a whole new way: as a gramophone-inspired, wireless speaker.
created by

Jeff Davis

$195.00 - 250.00

Jeff Davis created by

Jeff Davis

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A-Side Design

Jeff Davis' Bluetooth® speaker puts a new spin on old LPs, letting reclaimed vinyl play music in an innovative way: as the speaker itself. You can't drop the needle on these records, but they'll play your entire digital music collection in analog-inspired style—a cool way to give your smartphone an audiophile upgrade. There's also a nod to the nostalgic sweep of horn loudspeakers and gramophones, making it a true celebration of recorded music’s long history, from steel needle Victrolas to the frontiers of streaming audio. Connect any device via Bluetooth® or the back panel auxiliary jack and enjoy the coolest music of all—yours.

This design was a collaboration between Jeff Davis and our Product Development team. "They pushed me to celebrate the feeling of the record, and to create an item that has a sculptural presence as an object," Jeff reflected. With our extensive playlist of design experience and material sourcing skills, we also helped work out the Bluetooth® and driver components, settling on a top-of-the-line coaxial speaker that resonates best with Jeff's design.

A distinctive addition to your home audio or an unforgettable gift for any audiophile, the speaker is available in a variety of customizable options:

Request a Genre: Pick from a list of genres and Jeff will select an album from that category to incorporate into your speaker. Click here for details.

Create a Custom Label—Add Your Own Text: Customize a speaker with your own personalized record label. Pick from one of four different designs and add your own custom text. Click here for details.

Create Your Own Album Artwork: Order a speaker with a record label featuring a special photo or artwork that you submit yourself. Click here for details.

Submit a Favorite Album: Customize a speaker with an album of your choice. Send in a favorite album from your collection and Jeff will use it to create your speaker. Click here for details.

Request an Album: Customize a speaker with an album you request. Specify a favorite album or artist—we'll source it and Jeff will use it to create a speaker. Click here for details.

Learn more about how the speaker is made here.

Handmade in Philadelphia.

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Made in Pennsylvania

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Jeff Davis

created by

Jeff Davis



For the record, Jeff Davis specializes in giving new life to old vinyl LPs. With degrees in both industrial and theatrical set design, his background includes the structure and spectacle of entertainment as well as practical design applications, so transforming media material into housewares may not be as unusual as it sounds. His work has received honors from the International Design Resource Awards, an organization dedicated to discovering and recognizing excellence in sustainable and environmentally friendly design.

Handmade Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
electrical components, wood, plywood, Vinyl Record
Horn: 12" diameter, 3.875" deep // Base: 6.875L x 10.5W // Speaker overall height 15.25 x depth 8.5 x 12" Wide (at horn)
Giving a Speaker as a gift before our expected delivery? Print and give this customizable card to the lucky favorite music fan:
Click for the Request a Genre printable card.
Click for the Create Your Own Label printable card.
Click for the Create Your Own Album Artwork printable card.
Click for the Send in Your Own Album printable card.
Click for the Request an Album printable card.
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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 10/02/2017.

At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact with any questions.

Please note: This item is not available to ship outside of the U.S.

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