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The Azurophone: A Steampunk Bluetooth Player #MusicMonday

From NizzyAmps on YouTube:

Behold the Azurophone!

As noted by Professor Thaddeus Westfield in his spurious dissertation to the Royal Society of Antiquities:
……”Purported to be an instrument of communication of an ancient secret society. A marvelous instrument that mysteriously receives musical tomes from the Ether. Lost to the ages, it briefly reappeared in the Harem of a Near Eastern Potentate as a device to woo his Courtesans and Concubines. Later it was refound in Constantinople and made its way to our cabinet of curiosities. Named Azurophone because of its marvelous blue glowing tube that indicates when receiving its incoming mystical signal.” ….

Well, not really. This is a modern Steampunk styled bluetooth player.

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