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iPhone Sound Deflector

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iPhone Sound Deflector by cordawg92 May 28, 2012
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This thing deflects sound coming out of your iPhone speakers and focuses it into a more confined area and makes the music volume sound louder.


I designed this in about 10 minutes on google sketchup to fit onto my iPhone 4s with my Speck Candyshell case on it on it (This is the first actual object I've ever made). My phone with the case on is about 14mm deep, so you can experiment to see if it fits with your phone case. When I have more time I plan on actually putting more work into this to make it look nicer, work more efficiently, and fit on an iPhone without a case.

For now however, enjoy :)

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Did this one. Not bad but also not that great. Check it out on youtube: http://youtu.be/S1n897z_3Cwhttp://youtu.be/S1n897z_3Cw

Hey! Thanks for the video. This was actually the very first model I ever created to use with my 3D printer. I agree that it is extremely rough and is not an ideal design. I planned on improving it soon after I made it, but I got caught up with other things.

If that's the case, then you did really well for your first model.

Would you be willing to share STEP file or something similar? I'd like to try adapting your design to work on my Samsung Captivate.