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Make an iPod boombox from a classic radioIt works with 4 batteries to power the amplifier giving high volume level, ideal for outdoor use.It can also work without ...
Removing the cover.
The bottom showing the battery compartment to four size C 1.5v batteries and also the place for 1 size C 1.5v battery (this one to power the light ...
Close-up of the transformer and the single battery compartment Soldering the wires for the new 4AA batteries. The wires are attached to a connector with two pins. (the ...
A battery holder with 4 AA bateries. The holder comes with a connector, but had to cut it and solder the male connector that fits to the one ...
Used hot glue to fix a foam mat to the metal base where the iPod will rest
Attached a velcro band to the metal base to use as a fastener to the iPod. To keep it in place. The velcro band is one of those ...
The iPod in place fastened with the velcro and The cable connected to the radio line-in and iPod. The line-in doesn´t use the amplifier so needs no batteries, ...
bottom cover needed to use a round file so that the iPod cable could pass through
bottom cover closed with cable passing through the opening
The final result Just turn on the radio and adjust the volume knob. Hope to add an iPod IR remote to choose the music playing.
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