Though it has a great design and comes in a bunch of fun colors, feel free to skip the Eco-amp if you want big sound and something durable.
An Instructables project called the iPhonograph adds a powered, Edison-era horn speaker to your iPad.
The newly discovered phonoautograph of the folk song "Au Clair de la Lune," made in 1860, is now considered the earliest known sound recording.
A dewy-eyed look at early advances in car tech and a variation on the first DRM.
Make it easier to enjoy music at home with tips on archiving your CDs, choosing the right streaming music service, and updating your speakers for wireless sound.
Using 3D mapping, scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have been able to unlock the audio secrets hidden in a piece of foil from 1878.
A curious marketing stunt results in a musical beer bottle capable of emitting noise when played on a record player originally invented more than a century ago.
Artifact is the only example of a talking doll record from 1888 known to survive today. Sold by Thomas Edison, it was discovered in 1967, but its voice returned only recently.
On 2 October 1925, the first television picture with a greyscale image was successfully transmitted by John Logie Baird.
One glimpse of this copper-and-brass hand cannon will send your dastardly foes running for the dens of villainy from whence they sprung.