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  • Hand Built 26 Watt Portable Bluetooth Speaker

    Coming from someone who has been in the A/V industry my entire life, I would first like to congratulate you on your will and desire to make this and you did very well for a first time out. On your next one, instead of hot glue, use Tite-Bond III glue as it bonds everything better, and, if you wait long enough, you wouldnt even need screws after the tite-bond III hardened. Also, very good using the passive radiators. That actually helps more than most people know.Also, on the next one, if you want to clean it up a bit and make one that looks store bought, use a router to round off the sharp corners on the wood and plexiglass and use some acoustical pass through fabric to cover the front of the speakers. :)I really enjoyed reading about your project and hope to see your future endeavors. ...

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    Coming from someone who has been in the A/V industry my entire life, I would first like to congratulate you on your will and desire to make this and you did very well for a first time out. On your next one, instead of hot glue, use Tite-Bond III glue as it bonds everything better, and, if you wait long enough, you wouldnt even need screws after the tite-bond III hardened. Also, very good using the passive radiators. That actually helps more than most people know.Also, on the next one, if you want to clean it up a bit and make one that looks store bought, use a router to round off the sharp corners on the wood and plexiglass and use some acoustical pass through fabric to cover the front of the speakers. :)I really enjoyed reading about your project and hope to see your future endeavors. Very good job!

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