For those situations that just need the extra lightening up, or a portable rick roll machine, what ever audio you have on your ipod will shuffle will come to your rescue when you have the musical grenade on your side. you can use this the fend off an enemy in an intense airsoft battle as a decoy grenade... what ever sound you download to your Ipod is not a projectile. I hope to see other peoples inventions of these sort because there are tons of things you can do with this with an Arduino board.

(A video of this in action will be available in a week or so)

Please rate, comment, and subscribe it really is a great help to me.

Step 1: Materials

1.Speakers with Ipod aux connection.
2. Large beer can, or Arizona ice tea can (just go for something bigger then a standard coke can.
3. and an iPod, preferably a shuffle... something you can throw around a little bit more. 
1. Spray paint and Sharpie 
2. Dremel, grinding bit, and cutting bit
3. Soldering iron and solder.
4. A vice is useful.
5. Hot glue gun and Pliers 
6. Proper safety equipment 
<p>well this is neat I think I will do something similar...</p>
Way to think out of the box!
More like &quot;Way to think out of the can!&quot;
Very clever idea to lure enemies in airsoft wars. One question, have you tried it in battle?
Not yet havent had time, and its not allowed where i live... I recently moved... any way in the next week im going to visit my home town pittsburgh and i will shoot an action film of how it would work with some of my friends... any way thanks so much for the input!
Cool, i'll check back
Watch out, it needs ventilation.
If you wanted ventilation, the lip on the Coors light beer can is actually wide mouthed to provide extra ventilation :)
Well the speakers need ventilation otherwise the coating on the wires could melt out.
good point there, im not to worried though it isnt a device that i will be using for a long period of time if you know what i mean. if i wanted to listen to music i could have just kept the original packaging of the speakers, now that i think of it there really was no ventilation for the speakers the think was so cheap... anyway its people like you that help me out thanks so much dont forget to rate comment and subscribe. thank you
ah of course, no worry's, i do like the whole idea its pretty cool. I may even use it to make my own cool beer an speakers.
this is the best instructable i have ever seen<br>
I know i just happen to think the same thing! haha<br>

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