First you need to get the stuff you need.
~Screw Drivers (Different sizes)
~Hot Glue Gun (you can use regular glue but this seemed to work well)
~A piece of styrofoam (you don't need it now but you might want it eventually if you want a stand for your Ipod)
~Stereo Phone Plug
~Female Crimp-on things (Got these and the phone plug at Radio Shack
Step 2: Gutting The Lamp
Before you can go in and start putting things on the lamp you have to gut it. I started with taking out the light bulbs and their sockets. Once this was done I cut off the wall plug and pull the rest of the wire out the bottom using the pliers.
Step 3: Connect Wire To Plug
So now that you have the empty shell of the lamp cut the wire to shape and connect the wire to the phone plug. I found soldering was good because it was fairly easy and pretty reliable.
Step 4: Connect Wire To Speaker
Before I could connect the wire to the speakers I had to string it through the lamp. Once the wire was in I used the pliers to pull it back out of the holes that the old wire was in. Now I was able to connect the wire to the speaker. I first connected the word to the crimp-on things, thinking that I would be able to take them off the speakers if needed. But the crimp-on things kept on falling off, so I decided to just solder the wire onto it. And that worked so I did the same on the second speaker.
Step 5: Attaching Speakers
Now it all connected so I took it for a test run and it worked! So next I put the speaker in the lamp and screwed three screw into it to hold the speaker in.