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I had this cool looking Soviet Russian transistor radio Neywa 402 (made in 70s) on my shelf for a year. It was nice to look at and had a sentimental value but it didn't work. So I decided to give it a new life as a vintage bluetooth audio speaker.

Step 1: What You Need

You need:

A radio - You can make almost any radio to work with bluetooth but I think smaller is better.

A bluetooth speaker - I bought mine from ebay, they cost about 10 USD with shipping.

<p>What can I search for to find this specific speaker? I'm trying to find one that does not have push button on/off and volume. Either that, or one that is always 100% volume.</p>
<p>I love making radios Bluetooth so I just wanted to share this with y'all </p>
I did the same thing with my radio<br>
Ooh! I love it! Now I just need someone to get to do the wiry bits for me. I can see doing this with so many old school speakers, etc.
This project rocks. I have an old radio in my attic that I've held into for years, trying to decide what to do with it. Now I know!
This project rocks. I have an old radio in my attic that I've held into for years, trying to decide what to do with it. Now I know!
<p>I need to do this some time. But I need a radio first...</p>
This is really cool. I like the idea of making an old product useful again
Nice work!
<p>This is so awesome. I love that you're able to take an old thing and redo it to make it useful to you in this day and age while still keeping the cool, vintage look!</p>

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