Unless you get to say "boogie woogie woogie woogie" at the end, things that're electric aren't always necessary. Therefore, there's koostik: a badassedly innovative line of handmade solid wood iPod/Pad docks that use nary a lick of juice to amplify the devices' internal speakers up to four times. The goods:
The Original: The stalwart of the line's an iPhone dock handmade in a variety of woods like walnut, cherry, and maple, and designed to amplify the phone's own speakers through hemispherical chambers, which's what Tom called himself for weeks after discovering he had a fan in Guatemala.
Mini Koo: A scaled-down version of the original, this dock projects the iPhone's sound every which way thanks to speakers they call "trumpet horns" and a specially carved receiver, which hopefully breaks down less frequently than David Boston.
Koostik for iPad: This cherry or walnut guy locks in your Pad without obstructing any of the pretty screen, and channels sound through a "specially designed cone", which'll keeps Temple of the Dog from breaking out any tasty licks.