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Symphony Shells – Artistic acoustic amplifiers for your iPhone

Designed by Simply Amplified, the Symphony Shells are marine life inspired customizable acoustic amplifiers that are able to increase your iPhone’s volume by up to 19 decibels. The Symphony Shells are an upshot of a fun design competition that aimed at creating the best acoustic amplifier for the iPhone. More of functional works of art, the Symphony Shells line comprises three iPhone acoustic amplifiers – Nautilus, Murex and Urchin. Combing Golden Ratio with art and functionality, the Symphony Shells boost the sound of your iPhone in a symphonic way. The acoustically engineered Symphony Shells make a stunning statement with their design and are sure to become the centerpiece in any environment.

The Urchin is the only universal amplifier from Simply Amplified, which delivers an average amplification of 12 decibels. The Murex amplifies your iPhone volume by an average of 16 decibels. The Nautilus, which is the original design, enjoys an average amplification of 19 decibels, thereby making it a great option for weekend backyard parties. All three variants will be available in a range of colors. Simply Amplified is also offering the Limited Edition Infused Graphic, which will be available to 200 backers only at a discounted price.

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