Introduction: How to Make a 3D Printed Speaker Using PAM8403 Amplifier

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In this post, I will share how I created a 3D-printed speaker with a PAM8403 Amplifier. To see the build you can watch the video attached or continue reading for the details


Here are the parts used in this project

PAM8403 Amplifier

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4Ohm 3 Watt Speaker

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Creality Ender 3 3D Printer

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Soldering Station

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PLA 1.75mm Filament

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Hot Glue Gun

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Step 1:

First I designed the speaker enclosure using the Freecad software and then printed it with my Ender 3 3D printer.

Please find the attached STL file of the enclosure (only use it as a reference).

Step 2:

Next mount two 3.5mm stereo jacks. The first jack is used for Audio input and the second jack is used to connect the second speaker

Step 3:

Next, add a DC jack to power the amplifier with 5volt

Step 4:

Next, mount the 4ohm 3-watt speaker and secure it with hot glue

Step 5:

Next, connect the pins of the DC jack to the 5V pins of the amplifier

Step 6:

Next, connect the pins of one of the 3.5mm audio jacks to the audio input pins on the amplifier

Step 7:

Next, connect the speaker to the left out on the amplifier

Step 8:

Next, connect the Right out of the amplifier to the free 3.5mm jack

Step 9:

Next, close the enclosure and connect the two speakers with a 3.5mm audio cable and then supply it with 5V.

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