So my friend pulled out his fancy new touchscreen iPod nano and went to the radio function to listen to some sports game. He checked his pocket and was dissapointed when he found out he had no earbuds, so now he couldn't check the score. The solution for this would be to build a small, affordable, easy to build speaker system for any iPod or mp3 player without a built in speaker. The materials are pretty easy to get if you don't already have them, and it is so simple to build that I would highly recommend this project for kids and students. I hope you enjoy making your iPod speaker!
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Step 1: Materials
* An altoids tin
* An old pair of headphone or earbuds
* a mini speaker from a Hallmark singing card
* Hot Glue Gun (with glue)
* An awl
* A Hammer
* Soldering iron with solder (optional)
* Tin Snips