Introduction: Dice Speakers

This is my GCSE Design and Technology project. It is a nice pair of green dice speakers they are very bright and very cool. The speakers work on mains or battery power. It is quite a cool project but it is quite long. 
I am going to post a instructable of it but there are many steps and it will take me some time to do but I will update this page when it is uploaded. 
Hope you like it.

I have finally finished the instructable for this project, took some time but i got distracted by other projects.
Here it is:
https://www.instructables.com/id/Cool-Dice-Speakers/

Don't forget to check out my other projects :)

Take a look at my new project i have uploaded https://www.instructables.com/id/Coca-Cola-bottle-light/

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georgevicglauren (author)2016-01-07

I like the speakers/cubes! They look COOL!!!

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KD Techniques (author)2015-12-09

your cube looks good but the speaker doesn't..

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bigryanj (author)2012-09-22

five star looks awesome

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Alex Loftie (author)bigryanj2013-01-22

Thanks, glad you like it!!

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schumi23 (author)2012-07-29

They look quite nice; Cant wait for the instructable

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ivanjacob (author)2012-05-31

vote +1
how loud does these things get i mean with 4.5 volt it would not be very loud

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Alex Loftie (author)ivanjacob2012-05-31

Thanks, the sound quality and loudness isn't great as it was my GCSE project and the school chose the speaker kit we all had to use which of course wasn't very good, but I just like the look of them!!!
Thanks again

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iApple guy (author)2012-05-30

Looks good! I will vote for you!

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Alex Loftie (author)iApple guy2012-05-31

Thanks glad you like it!

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FlatLinerMEDIC (author)2012-05-30

Voted

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thanks

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