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now you will need to put it in the other speakers. this is a long and boring proccess. for each one you will need to cut a "+" figure, insert the speaker, cut access material off, and sew the material onto the fenceing of the speaker. when you do this make sure to star with the speakers farthes away from the hole made by the connecting wire for the connecting wires need to connect with each speaker. (ps DONT SOW ON THE LAST SPEAKER BEFORE YOU CONNECT THE CONNECTING WIRES!!)
<p><em>&quot;</em><em>So i thought what better way to make all your extreme dreams come true than to put speakers in your backpack so that no matter where you go with your extreme backpack, you can always be ready for an extreme moment waiting to happen.&quot;</em></p><p>Nice build, questionable motive.</p><p>Extreme silence, especially in the wilderness, is a treasured extreme moment for many of us who share your love of the great outdoors. What's wrong with headphones, if you really must have a soundtrack to your experiences? Who exactly are you feeling the need to share your musical choices with?</p><p>For a truly extreme experience, why not dare to be silent and let the world, the natural world reveal its music to you instead? You might find wandering away from the need to be an acoustic conqueror to that of an acoustic observer more rewarding than you imagined.</p><p><i><br></i></p><p><i>&quot;i take it with me everywhere and everyone loves it. its a great thing to have.&quot;</i></p><p>If you're planning to use this in an urban environment... why? To escalate the noise arms race? To intrude on others thoughts and space? Are you sure 'everyone' loves it? Or just your small circle of friends? To others, it could just be seen as a form of obnoxious audio-bullying -- on par with purposely over-amped car stereos.</p><p>I believer that we all grow by going outside of our own comfort zones -- but not by totally intruding on the comfort zones of others. Maybe you should think about why you think you need this more and determine if you could achieve the same technical boost of confidence you get from fanfare-enhancing your emotional experiences with a set of headphones instead.</p>
On-the-go theme music has been a dream of mine for some time. This project looks like an easy way to add the drama and gravitas and occasional rimshots that my commute to and from work requires.
oh this is a great way to have on the go music. i take it with me everywhere and everyone loves it. its a great thing to have.
Where did u buy the batterys from? <br>
i got them from old r/c cars. back in the day when they were really popular i had a whole bunch so i used them for the backpack
Nice Build!

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