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September 1, 2009

Rock Radio – Radio made from a Block of Cement

at 11:54 am. Filed under DIY Hacks

 

This Rock Radio would be a good match for the Granite Speakers that we saw before. What would be real cool would be a full set of components that were encased in cement, that way you could have a stereo system that no one could steal. For the high end finished look you could mortar the joints between your components.

Thanks Guss.

"It started of being a very nice rectangular brick shape. Then I found out that a thick layer of cement shields the radio from actually receiving radio waves. With my "Now it doesn’t work anyway" philosophy, I took a big hammer and created this Flintstones look, and the radio works!"


 

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