The nom-de-craft of a local electrician who probably shouldn't have a side business selling psychoactive amphetamines, Mr E's got a store full of antique (and totally antique-looking) old-school radios that he's re-purposed into iPod speakerboxes, ensuring you'd never look like an Outkast in an old people's home. They all fall into two categories:
Handmade Wooden Speakers: Each one-of-a-kind, these boxes feature clean, diagonal lines on the outside and newly installed speakers on the inside, plus a couple of them also function as working FM radios, although they cost more, so don't expect a Nickelback. Unless it's tuned to 95.5 KLOS.
AM Radio Getups: Actual found-vintage AM radios have been rewired with updated circuitry to also function as amplifiers for MP3 players; current unique numbers include an oval-clocked Admiral tube, a boxy airline number with a toggle on/off switch, and a Zenith with a "Snooz Alarm", perfect for hitting when you have a hangover and really feel like poo-oo-oo.