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Here share my latest project, a Wi-Fi Speaker.

This speaker is based on LinkIt Smart 7688, an open source development board that featured with Wi-Fi and Audio.

I made a wooden box to make the speaker look retro, wooden will provide nice sound as well.

This speaker has the simple hardware and shell, it won't be hard if you has some knowledge of electronic, any way if you want one, you can make it.

Step 1: The Video

Here's a simple video to help you to have a overview of this speaker.

I connected the speaker and when iam running a mp3 file using madplay,it is not coming out of speaker and i am able to hear through audio jack using headphones.<br>I am using linkitsmart 7688 breakoutboard v2.0.<br><br>Pleaae correct me where i need to change to give output through stereo speakers,i am using 8ohm 0.5w speaker.
<p>you most certainly need a for a speaker.</p>
<p>can this be set up without an existing wifi network? Can it become portable outside when there is no wifi? Can it create the wifi network for the phone to stream to the speaker?</p><p>Basically I'm looking for a truly portable outdoor speaker that has better sound and range than Bluetooth? I have a Auris Skye that does this, but they don't make it any more for some reason and want to make mother speaker.</p>
<p>Hi! I don't know if you have time to help me, but... I'm usually pretty good at figuring things out and never afraid to jump into the deep end. I've gotta say, I'm in awe of your speaker. Very cool. I'd really like to make one, but I have no clue what you are doing when it comes to your programming. Could you point me in the right direction to help me read up on the language you are using, the ins and outs of wifi, etc. Basically, how would I go from 0 to being able to understand your project? Treat me like an idiot haha, but just know I'm not one. Thank you for any help you can give!</p>
<p>Noice instructable _loovee_!</p><p>Thanks for contributing this. Educational for those of us who are just starting to learn about IoT concepts.</p>
<p>Hey, great project! Is it possible to do a multi-room wifi setup similar to what SONOS does?</p>
<p>yep, just set the different address. have fun.</p>
<p>what software did u use for the coding and what language?<br></p>
Hi, it's nodejs, I used putty, thanks.
<p>Awesome, seems like the best design you've ever done!!!!</p>
<p>Thanks man. How are you going recently. Have tea when you are free. </p>
hi<br>this project is awesome<br>I have one question!!<br>can I use and play music with android?<br>thanks
<p>yes of curse, actually my phone is an Android phone, you can refer to Step8, it's a Smartisan T1.</p>
<p>Wow this is an awsome speaker</p>
thanks
<p><strong>Awesome Instructable! </strong>Questions: Does the speaker have good base? How long does the battery last? While not being used for prolonged periods of time does the speaker lose it's charge<strong>? Thanks!<br></strong></p>
yep, really good base, but it may depend on the amplifier. there is no battery inside, I use a 12v switch battery to supply the system.
<p>Oops! Sorry! &quot;Does the speaker have good <em>bass</em>.&quot;</p>

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