I made this guide as specific and as step by step as I can, the only thing that dragged me down from finishing my boombox early, was the documentation for instructables that I did for this project. I hope you enjoy it!
My version was so efficient that it even had the capability to beat or match-up the sound of the Monster™ Beatbox (by Dr. Dre), Zeppeline™ Air, Altec Lancing™ IMT800 and IM7. My boombox has the capability to release a clean, deep and low bass, with the perfect midrange level and has a spectacular treble that seems to sooth the ear. It has a two way speaker system which will definitely reduce the amount of distortion given off by the speakers thus improving your audio experience.
Frequency response: 45Hz-20kHz
Max Amplifier Wattage: 2x30W Stereo
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): 0.1%THD
Max Speaker Wattage: 150W-200W RMS
Speaker Size: Woofer (5.25"), Fullrange (1.75")
Enclosure's Dimensions: H= 5.75", L= 19", D=6"
Other Feature's: iPod Dock, USB Media Reader, IR Remote, Bass Trebble Equalizer and etc.
Audio Input Type: RCA, Auxiliary (3.5 Stereo) and 30 pin iPod Dock.
This project is ideal for: Picnics, Parties, Car Road Trips, Home Use and etc.
If you don't have time reading the long texts, there are summaries written in bright red text below each step.
"It takes pure craftsmanship and experience to build a highly efficient boombox from scraps and pieces. "
Step 1: Tools And Materials
- Electric Drill
- Electric Jigsaw
- Electric Sander
- Glue Gun
- Soldering Iron
- Desoldering Pump
- Woofer Speakers (2pcs.)
- Fullrange Speakers (2pcs.)
- High Quality Amplifier (with 2 knob equalizer)
- RCA Jack
- Auxiliary 3.5 Stereo Jack
- 4700uF 25V Electrolytic Capacitor (2pcs.)
- 47uF 25V Electrolytic Capacitor (2pcs.)
- 1K 1/4 Resistor
- LED Light Blue
- Power Switch
- iPod dock to auxiliary cable
- Metal Potentiometer Knobs
- USB/SD Card Reader Module
- Round Plastic Containers (2pcs.)
- Black Quick Drying Enamel Paint
- Paint Thinner
- Paint Roller With Tray