Introduction: Hack Desktop Lamp to Loud Speaker Lamp

This project start because I want to save space on my desk. Sound from laptop/monitor not loud and poor so I decided to make this loud speaker lamp to listen louder and clearer.

Step 1: List of Component.

Picture of List of Component.

1 desk lamp.

2 loud speakers(neodymium for small space).

3 TDA 7052b amp ic x 2

4 0.1 uf mkp capacitor x2

5 1000 uf 16 volts electrolytic capacitor.

6 10 uf 16 volts electrolytic capacitor x 2 (Don't believe junk website circuit that cut input coupling capacitor out if you use tda 7052B, you will make you amp ic overheat and damage: Beware).

7 old usb male.

8 audio jack( headphones jack with wire are good)

9 soldering iron lead and some wire.

10 hot glue gun.

Step 2: Measure and Drill Small Holes From Outside Case for Loudspeaker Sound Coming Out.

Picture of Measure and Drill Small Holes From Outside Case for Loudspeaker Sound Coming Out.

If you drill from inside the case you will not get good result.

Step 3: Attach Loudspeakers With Hot Glue and Drill Hole for Volume Control and Input Wire.

Picture of Attach Loudspeakers With Hot Glue and Drill Hole for Volume Control and Input Wire.

Step 4: Make Amplifier and Attach to the Lamp Case.

Picture of Make Amplifier and Attach to the Lamp Case.

If you don't know where to start, see wiring diagram (show only one amp).

Step 5: Connect Input Wire and Usb Male Wire and Assembly Every Part Back.

Picture of Connect Input Wire and Usb Male Wire and Assembly Every Part Back.

Now it's done. See testing video.

Comments

Yonatan24 (author)2015-12-10

That looks really cool! How many watts are these speakers?

2 watts @ 4 ohms neodymium magnet type :)

Easy and work project (author)2015-11-25

If video not show see link here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OtS6Y9M6HI

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