So, April Fools has come and gone and ThinkGeek's foolish line of products has given all a good chuckle. But one of the products struck me as something entirely possible and cool. That was the Personal Soundtrack T-Shirt, so I decided to make it. However, instead of just some sound clips, I decided it would be easier and apply to more scenarios to use a simple audio jack so I could plug into, say, an MP3 player, and share it with the world.


Really, this project wasn't all that involved. Here's what you'll need:
  • An old t-shirt (we'll be cutting a hole in it, so make sure you don't need it incase something goes wrong)
  • A speaker
  • A quarter-inch headphone jack and wire
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Any shirt decorations (Like music notes silk-screened on there)

Please vote for me! I'm in a contest and greatly appreciate your votes, ratings, and page views! Please show your friends! Thanks!

Step 1: Solder Your Audio Cable Onto the Speaker

Yep, it's that easy. Once you're done that, test the connection with anything that funnels sound through an audio jack.
maybe you should make the speaker DETACHABLE so you can wash your clothes
attach the speaker with velcro, maybe and you're good to go!<br>
just tonight i was going to start on something like this. Except I'm using Koss headphones and that volume control thing they come with (hint hint). Maybe reuse some old backpack zippers.... But, back to the point. I've thought of many "speaker tees" though never seen it done with an amp!
there was a company that made speaker hoodie vests back in the 80s when break dancing was cool i have one laying around somewhere it was cool but kinda quiet and very ugly
Get a pezio or other flat speaker
i'm guessing that washing this wouln't be a good idea..
Lol, I guess not.
i'm going to do the same thing but with small speakers from a hallmark talking gift card so thanks for the idea
Nice and easy. How about getting some more spare clothe to form a pocket on the inside to hide all the wires and to separate everything from your body to keep it from scratching?
and a pouch for your ipod / mp3 player
I was thinking that -- time constraints for entering it by last night for the contest. I'm going to add some nice cloth over the back of the speaker ASAP. And good idea about the wire secure-ers! Thanks
Wait just a minute...what about stereo shoulder pads?
That's so awesome!<br/>You're gonna be amazed when <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.instructables.com/member/t3h_muffinator">T3h_Muffinator</a> posts his thing... (hopefully).<br/>
Sweet! Might want to ad a mini amp
Yep, I think I'm going to add that in my next version!

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