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How to Make paper Speakers From Scratch This is a speaker i made from scratch useing scraps i found around my home. The goal of this project ...
Tools soldering iron solder scissors Parts construction paper card board card board tube audio jack wire coated copper magnet wire (This must be atleast 8 ohms to protect your ...
Make a copper wire coil a little bit bigger than the diameter of your magnet. Place the wire in the center of the bottom of the cup.
Now build a bracket to hold the magnet. The magnet must be placed in the center of the wire coil. To make the bracket make the paper clip ...
Now tape the bracket to the bottom of the cup. Make shure the magnet is placed in the center of the coil. Also make shure to secureley tape ...
Now you have a ugly cup with card board on it. Now make it look a little better by adding a case! Because this is supposed to be ...
Now make a support to make the cup level. Made out of a card board tube and taped to the cup.
Make a bottom panel. Make shure you leave some room in the back for the wires.
Now make a back pannel. Tape it so it will open like a door. Also cut a hole so the audio jack wires can come out.
Solder the 2 coil wires to the audio jack wires. It does not matter which way they are connected.
Now cover the card board with paper so it would look nice.
The speaker may require some fine tuneing of the coil to get some sound out of it. The volume of it will come from the streingth of the ...
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