Edit: I've entered in the LED contest, Hurricane Lasers, and Fix & improve it contest. If you like this, please vote.

Original Video - song: river of dreams by billy joel

Using an Apple Pro speaker, I made a flashing RGB LED iPod dock for about $35.
I recommend reading the entire 'ible before starting. Also, note that the volume is control from the iPod.
It consumes minimal power in shutdown mode, and is controlled by a Teensy.
This took me ~3 days to build, and you should know how to solder pretty well before doing this project.
The enclosure looks amazing when lit, it is really fun to watch it.

Step 1: Gather Tools & Materials

Soldering Iron
Hot Air gun/Hair dryer
Hot glue gun/epoxy
Drill (or dremel)
Sandpaper (fine grit)
Wire strippers

(1) Teensy 2.0
(1) Sparkfun RGB LED breakout
(1) Sparkfun Mono Audio amp breakout
(1) Apple pro speaker (You only need one speaker, not the set)
(1) Mini-USB cable (will be cut up)
(1) iPod-USB cable (also will be cut)
(1) Audio plug
(1) Push-on/Push-off button
(1) 10K ohm resistor
(1) Roll of solder
(1) Headphone foam cover (black foam circles found on old headphones, I had a few lying around.)
Assorted heat shrink 
Ribbon cable or other thin wire

cool so it reacts to the music? I'd love to see a video of it in action!
I'll post one. <br>
nice! great project!
Love this project! <br> <br>https://www.instructables.com/id/RGB-flashing-iPod-dock-from-an-old-speaker/ <br> <br>Could there be any bluetooth addition to be able to control lights with custom bluetooth app too?

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Bio: I love arduino and electronics in general. I enjoy tinkering and various other geeky activities. I also like studying Japanese.
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