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This is another iPod amp, but it uses an old computer speaker and a CDR Case.
Parts: CDR case. Vellema n 3w Amp : K8066 RadioShack 1/8" Panel Mount Jack: 274-249 RadioShack 4AA Holder: 270-383 RadioShack 9v Snap Connector: 270-324 RadioShack Minii Toggle: 275-624 ...
Build the amp following the instructions that come with it. Its also a nice PDF is available from the velleman site.
Cut the post off the base of the CDR case. Drill holes to mount the board Drill two holes for the AA holder so you can secure it ...
Cut the top of the case to fir the speaker and make four holes for the nuts to hold the speaker in place.
drill three holes for your stereo jack, switch and LED. So you might want to solder your power switches, led and stereo jack up now. The case opens ...
Now solder the switches/ jack /speaker to the board and make sure it works.
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