Introduction: Bluetooth Denim Boombox From Scratch

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This boombox is powered by long lasting rechargeable Li-ion batteries. In addition, I added a passive subwoofer (driver) at the back of the boombox for louder bass. It uses a two way speaker setup, designed for a full HiFi experience. The speaker drivers are driven by a 2x25W High Efficiency (Class-D) Bluetooth Amplifier Module. The amp module that I have used also comes with wireless command features, making it possible to control your music wirelessly. Everything is housed on a DIY wooden enclosure, made from MDF material. I lined the outer part of the enclosure with cloth such as denim and red canvas to give the boombox a hip, modern and stylish finish.

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This boombox is powered by long lasting rechargeable Li-ion batteries. In addition, I added a passive subwoofer (driver) at the back of the boombox for louder bass. It uses a two way speaker setup, designed for a full HiFi experience. The speaker drivers are driven by a 2x25W High Efficiency (Class-D) Bluetooth Amplifier Module. The amp module that I have used also comes with wireless command features, making it possible to control your music wirelessly. Everything is housed on a DIY wooden enclosure, made from MDF material. I lined the outer part of the enclosure with cloth such as denim and red canvas to give the boombox a hip, modern and stylish finish.

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