Introduction: Pocket Sized Music Player

About: I like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, modifying Nerf blasters, and messing with virtual machines. Also, make sure to follow my Instagram @analogchip (haven't posted in a while, but still.)

Hi I'm Cameron this is my 6th instructable! In this one I show you how to make a diy music player, I hope you enjoy!

Step 1: Stuff You Need

Here's what you need: small battery bank, radio transmitter, your battery bank charger, memory card, music, and headphones.

If you look at the picture you will see the setup.

Step 2: Trace It!

To complete this step you need to trace the parts.

Step 3: Fold the Sides

Fold the sides, glue them together, then trim it to the height of your transmitter.

Step 4: Rearrange

Rearrange the stuff so that they take up as little room as possible. Then once that's done glue it in place.

Step 5: Coil the Cords

Remove the battery bank charger then coil the transmitter cord. Now cut out all the ports you need.

Step 6: Cut Out the Top

For this step you need to cut out the top, then glue it on (don't forget to cut out the screen and buttons).

Step 7: All Done!

You're all done! Now paint it! By the way, I made the picture in paint.

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