Step 2: Trace the Circle

I bought two drivers that are reasonably small at 3". This was pushing it pretty close to what would fit on the Munny and to be sure everything was where it should be I measured the diameter of the back of the driver and cut that out of card stock.

I then put this card onto the face of the Munny and traced out the circle.
Here are mine - white, though; the drivers I got for a steal - they are from some Logitech THX speakers I found at the Goodwill for $7.99; I also scavenged the amp from a powered set of Altex Lansing speakers from the same Goodwill. The problem I ran into is the magnets on the back of these drivers are enormous, so I had to cut down the vinyl at the top of the neck to get them to sit right.
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Oh yes, those magnets get big fast. Nice job repurposing the drivers!
Absolutely brilliant! Here's a finished set I made my little sisters birthday; it's an ipod dock with sub and munny speakers :)
How do these look? I made them with 4 in. white Munny's. I am really surprised with the quality of the sounds, it's higher than I expected.<br /> <div id="refHTML">&nbsp;</div>
Wow, those are some tiny drivers there. Cool that it opens up the 4&quot; category of vinyl toys as there are many more to choose from.<br />
finally finished. ... they look amazing! and they sound great!
Congratulations! I love it.
Thanks for the idea and the guide.<br /> I love my munnys!<br />
I probably overlooked it, but what is the small circular one between the munnies? A tweeter?
the small circular thing is a volume and bass control knob from an old set of creative speakers. the subwoofer is also from the old creative speakers.
can you do a guide on how you did the whole thing especially the volume control?<br /> <br /> Thanks<br />
well basically i followed the instructables guide . <br /> <br /> as far as the sub woofer and volume control go I simply bought a $80 set of creative computer speakers that had the proper wattage. (which i cant remember what it is anymore) <br /> <br /> Then I tore down the creative speakers, pulled the wiring out of them and soldered the wires to the muny speakers. <br /> I didn't have to do anything for the volume control, as it hooks straight to the sub woofer. <br />
OK, so here's my take on this great Ible. Hope you like em. They match my MAC. I used 2 white Munnies and a Boston computer speaker set (BA635). They came out AWESOME and I think I might make a few more sets and gift them.
i don't like where the wires come from
I like it. They look like tails.
cool like the spanners
Wow great job!
These look great!
<p>Hey, man. I love the instructable. I had one of these &quot;munny&quot; things hidden away for years (a cthulhu version though), and I intended on doing this exact instructable, but I just never had the time/initiative to do so.</p><p>But im doing it now :D. Anyhow, I was curious how you connected the drivers and the amp, as well as whether or not you used a subwoofer. I have a feeling you connected the wires out through the back of the munny's...right? And then did the two munnies alone satisfy your high quality speaker needs? Because I am looking for a low-budget, high quality, great looking speaker, and I just wanna make sure I set mine up in the best way possible...but money is still an important factor. I wanna hear your recommendations and thoughts.</p>
<p>Where can I buy those particular speakers?</p>
<p>Thats awesome!!!! cool designs!</p>
<p>I appreciate yur workk</p>
Can someone give me webside where I can find the &quot;MUNNY&quot; and buy it please!!
I was wondering if I could make a full audio system with this. Would it work if I make the two 7&quot; Munnys and use the Mega-Munny for a 10&quot; subwoofer, or does anyone know the dimensions for the Mega Munny so I can figure out the maximum sub size that'll work? I figure if I go through with this, I want to go all the way and make it as mind-blowing as possible. Thanks for any help!
<p>I've seen a mega munny used as a subwoofer before, but not sure what size sub they used.</p>
Any rough estimates as to how large I should risk?
<p>No idea, sorry. You'd need to measure it out.</p>
<p>I saw these when I was at school during my DT classes and i think these are amazing. Does anyone think that they could link a website for a cheap pair of speaker cones that I could use, and also does this work with the 4 inch munny's </p><p>Love the idea and I will hopefully put up some pictures up when I'm in the making process when I incorporate it in my final product. Thanks again </p>
<p>Thanks for sharing! Trying to make this for my daughter. She wants to play iphone music thru Munny. I pulled the amp (see image) from a $7 pair of speakers. Also have extra speaker wire. No idea what to do next. Appreciate any help. Alan</p>
<p>That looks so cool. I have to try this! Thanks</p>
<p>All set!</p>
Just made these as a gift for my girlfriend!
I just bought the munnys and was wondering if I bought the speakers would I need to do any soldering
Yes, but it's very very easy soldering
This is ridiculously cute.
Dude that is greate im going to try that !
Dude that is greate im going to try that !
Cool idea i think i might have to try these guys out!
So cool. Thanks for this.
for those who can't buy munny's, i made the model to 3d print...i will update tomorrow or so for final version <br> <br>http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:33092 <br> <br>author credited obviously :)
Cool. I was thinking of making an STL of a munny that was ready for a driver to be put in. So it would have the opening as well as a flat ring with holes that the driver could be connected to without any need for glue.
I am working on that as we speak. I will upload both stl and obj files so that one can adjust the hole diameter to the speakers of their choice :)
Are you sure this is original? Google around pls.
You can also heat it up in hot water, if you don't have access to a heat gun or hairdryer. I've used water for reshaping miss-formed Vinyl parts many times.
could you do it in the oven? if not do you boil water or just sit it in hot water?
could you use a hot knife or soldering iron to start a hole and use a dremel to finish it off?

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