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In this Instructable, This is my first, I'll be showing you how to wire a regular 3.5mm headphone cable to a speaker. I'll try to be as clear a possible, and if you need help just ask. And I am NOT responsible for any damage to anything you have made a mistake, PS. there is a very very low risk of causing a damage With that out of the way, LET"S GET STARTED!!

Step 1: Materials

Tools:
- Mp3 Player
- Speaker( Higher Watt Speakers are quieter because it is hard for the mp3 to push the speaker)
- X-acto Knife
- 3.5mm Wire
- Hot Glue Hun
- Hot Glue

Optional Tools:
- Solder pen/gun(Good for long term use)
- Flux/Solder
- Electrical Tape
- Lighter

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<p>THANK YOU</p>
I cant get it to work I stripped the headphones and no luck from pressing the wires down onto the speaker playing music through my phone I am using a 6 watt speaker though
<p>this is really good im gonna do it</p>
<p>how would i connect 2 speakers to a single 3.5 mm to get that dual channel going?</p>
<p>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uiqvqfk9n0k : video illustrating the procedures.</p>
have you worked out how to make it loud yet?
Hey, this guy is a boss . Dont hass him for being pretty good at what he does. Mighy Mongrel Mob
it is not loud<br /> <br />
Hi. I'm connecting the wires exactly like in the instructable, but for some reason I STILL can't get it to work. Can someone please help me?<br />
Look if you don't find it useful then don't comment. Obviously you guys are smarter than everyone else so keep your negative comments to yourselves.&nbsp; <br />
I have a pair of headphones with speakers bigger than that installed into it. Why do you have to post such pointless stuff.
ITS KINDA OBVIOUS HOW TO DI THIS but you should really have a amp and a mp3 line will make it way easier
hot gluing wires........
Its for temp. use, i stated that soldering is necessary.
This is more or less an oversized mono headphone

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