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     So, you have a cheap pair of speakers, or shitty speakers, or some other type of simple speaker setup that you would like to improve, you can do this really simply; by adding a better inclosure that will give better bass response for almost no money, and a small amount of time.      I got a pair of super cheap un-amplified speakers from mycokerewards.com,  that

Step 1: Cut your water bottles.

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1. ok so first cut your water bottle where the neck starts taper down to the cap. this is visualized in the first picture. 
2. then drop the speaker into the part of the neck (once it is clean,so its not sticky and nasty.)
3. measure where it fits snug.
4. mark with sharpie
5. cut with your exacto knife. 
 
klindner4 years ago
Totally cool, cheap, easy, efficient 'ible. . . THE BEST KIND!

I shoot on location often and am definitely going to see how far I can take this so I don't need to risk taking a more expensive solution.

Big THX poster.
DragonDon4 years ago
Ah HA! I have been looking for the cheapest way to make some 'reasonable' speakers while here in Korea. This should be an interesting experiment!
rimar20004 years ago
What?

I am waiting the promised photos for understand something.
moogbeatz99 (author)  rimar20004 years ago
what is troubling you? sorry for the absence of photos, i am currently visiting a college, i can try to explain and answer any questions you have.
No problem, I wait the photos of the finished device.
moogbeatz99 (author)  rimar20004 years ago
photos are UP!
Thanks, now I understand. My question is whether this so simple configuration can be really effective. But the doubt is cleared very easily, making the test. Meanwhile, I believe you.
moogbeatz99 (author)  rimar20004 years ago
haha thank you, these speakers went from sounding really flat, with no low end to actually sounding like $15 speakers you would purchase at radioshack, or at least that is my perception.