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Homemade speakers are fairly simple and easy to make. I got the idea to make this when my brother had to make a speaker for physics class and ...
You need to make both the tweeter and mid range smaller in size so you need to have a two inch base for the mid and a 1/4 ...
Now you need to start putting the electromagnetic wire into coils. You need some left over wire so you can solder it onto more wire (like 5 inches).
Now you need to halve the rubber bands and glue them on to the sub woofer, mid range and the tweeter. The sub woofer needs 6 halves, and ...
For the connections all you need to do is solder them like so.boom box & connection wire & connection wire -> tweeter coil-> connection & connection wire -> ...
Cut holes in the plywood and leave about a one inch gap in between the board and the paper plateshot glue the rubber bands to the board have ...
Now were almost done!The red and black connectors at the back a boom box should be able to click up and down...Click them both up and slide one ...
Now turn on the boom box with some music stand up the plywood and put the magnet close to the wire and enjoy your music making creation. In ...
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