Step 6: Battery

Now it is time to make it portable, you will wire your battery pack to the power plug so it can be easitly removed and recharged. i soldered the wires together and taped them together but feel free to use shrink wrap(i 'but i had none on hand)
i like this idea a lot but I have been trying to find a way to have a more advanced sound system in a bag. The places that i would be using the speakers are loud enough that just regular computer speakers wouldn't be loud enough. any ideas?
Try using speakers from old tube tvs that are labeled with the omega symbol.
I have one idea in which you would take and actual speaker from one of those radios that have two separate speakers one left one right. You would have to take the guts of the speaker out of the speaker box and from there how you put it in your back pac would depend on how big the speaker and back pac is
how much would this cost
lol "common sence"
Is it possible to OVER charge?
if your talking about batteries then definitely. There are many things that influence how long to charge batteries for but for a general rule, stop charging if the battery gets warm. P.S. don't leave batteries charging unattended
that's cool, G. Now I can be even more annoying!
Solder them to what?
I'm sorry; this step is a little unclear to me and I had a few questions. I'm using a set of computer speakers and I've opened them up. The "main" speaker has a cord coming out that connects to the computer. Do I just cut off the connector at the end and strip the wire? And um...WHAT exactly do I solder the wires to? (Noobish person over here! XD)

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