Baby Bottle Pop Speaker

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Introduction: Baby Bottle Pop Speaker

a speaker and audiojack in side a baby bottle pop bottle. the circuit is easy and simple.the circuit is ground on the audiojack to the negitive on the speaker and left of right from the audiojack.

Step 1:

materials

baby bottle pop
speaker
audio jack
soldier
soldiering iron
drimal
hot glue gun
hot glue

Step 2: Sanding

sand the nubstiting out of the lid with the drimal like this

Step 3: Drill the Hole

drill the hole where the nub was.

Step 4: Cut Out Hte Bottom

cut out the bottom

Step 5: Soldering

solder the speaker the the audio jack. the circuit is ground on the audiojack to the negitive on the speaker and left of right from the audiojack. remember to thead the audio jack through the hole.

Step 6: Glueing

hot glue the speaker and the audio jack to the bottle.

Step 7: Testing

test it mine worked. if yours does not work add a coment

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    This is really cool, but I probably wont do it. Great 'ible though

    try not to overlay the notes on your pictures. you can only see the biggest note of the intro & step 7 photo, not the notes that are inside of that one. (i could only read "done")

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    they read "audio jack" and "speaker on botem". us spies have ways of figuring these things out.

    no they don't you can just tell what it is

    you couldn't before. thanks for fixing the problem.

    could that possibly involve the PDF version of the instructable? x')

    nope. it involves knowing your way around an internet browser (preferably firefox).

    Hello there. Nice idea but not perfectly delivered. A good idea might be to type your captions into a word processor like MS Word first, then use it to check spelling and grammar before entering it into the page. Fun idea though.