As a member for almost 2 years I figured it was about time I contributed beyond the annual subscription. Since this will be my first Instructable I picked something simple that I came up with one day at work.
The idea came to me not long after I bought a new pair of inexpensive computer speakers for my desk at work. Since the speakers sit flat on the desk I wanted a quick and easy way to re position the speakers to hear the music better without needing to turn the volume way up. As I was pondering what I could mount them to or set them on, it occurred to me if I could somehow tilt each speaker at an angle, that would likely do the trick. The end result is what I'm about to describe in this Instructable.
Step 1: Materials
- Four (4) binder clips (same size)
- Two (2) rubber bands
The photo only shows materials for one speaker.
Step 2: Step 1
Note: Make sure your rubber bands and binder clips are appropriately sized for your speakers. The speakers I bought were less then $15 and are very lightweight so two binder clips per speaker was more than adequate.
Step 3: Step 2
Step 4: Step 3 - Easy As 1, 2, 3 - You're Done!
Final note: If you're in a pinch and out of binder clips or rubber bands, you always know where to find a few emergency back ups until more office supplies are ordered.
There are seemingly endless variations for this idea, this is just what I came up with at work one day. Thanks for checking out my first Instructable.