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hello friends this is my first instructable, I was having an old casate player amp... as u can see it was big and havy...
and the casate player was also distroyed because i used its motor and parts in my other project...
So left behind was the havy chessy and the amp circuit in it...
So i decided to fit all that in a small case to save some space on my table and also done some modifications.

Step 1: Open It Up and Remove Useless Stuff

as you can see i have first removed the casate player whish was useless and distroyed...

Step 2: Unscrew the Circuit Board.

now i unscrewed all the circuit out of the chessy...

Step 3: Find the Old Radio Chessy.

the other small chessy that i used was from an old crancked radio...
then i removed everything from that radio box to make some space for the amp circuit.
And then carefully scrued the amp circuit into that radio box.... i also punched some extra holes for volume control etc.
Then i soldered the input cable from casate players head to the component audio in jacks...
and an AUX jack...for input..

Step 4: Final Product

this is how it looks like after fitting everything on place...

thanks. (^_^)..
<p>NIce job! Have to love a space saver that doesn't cost you much money! Also well done on putting the amp back together, that was always my problem when messing with electronics. Thanks for sharing!</p>
your welcome .(^_^)...
Not bad, but a lot of the space in that old chassis (chessy!) is for airflow around the amp transistors that get hot... <br>So watch out for signs of overheating ...
<p>yeah you are right, but to overcome this prob i have a small laptop fan that m gona put on it for cooling and air flow. i will update it later when m done with that.</p><p>thanks for your comment.. (^_^)..</p>

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