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DIY Speakers Answered

I gave up my B&W speakers that I've had since I was 16, which was a long time ago. I'm now in the market for some DIY speaker ideas. There are a bunch of speaker Instructables, but I would like to do something new and hopefully unique. Does anyone have photos of what they have built for inspiration?

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

10 years ago

I made some nice speakers I have in my room, their not real powerfull but it's got a woofer and is plenty loud enough to fill a large room with sound.

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duder145
duder145

11 years ago

 Deadmau5 speakers!!!
that would be epic

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kmeza
kmeza

Reply 10 years ago

oh god i would love those!

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andaroide
andaroide

11 years ago

monster speakers rule!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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osiris sr
osiris sr

11 years ago

the box could be wood i built several pair of woden speaker boxs i'm not talking abot particle board (oh I hate partical board) wafer board even more. no think of musical instrements string insturments. maye a pair of speakers shaped like guitars obvious but use mahagoney wood in 38th thicknexx for the acustic proteries of this wood. no not screws glue or biscuits no nails no screws. think flat panel speakers too no need for ams just your celly silly.

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Innell17
Innell17

11 years ago

 WoW!!!

http://fizfak.mguil.ru

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jeff-o
jeff-o

Reply 11 years ago

I wonder, could a RepRap (or something similar) be used to make crazy speaker enclosures that would be otherwise impossible to build? 

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gmoon
gmoon

Reply 11 years ago

No idea. I guess that would depend on the density of the 3D printing media...

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jeff-o
jeff-o

11 years ago

I'd love to see a more detailed how-to on these speakers.  The design and construction borders on masochistic, but it sure looks nice!

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fungus amungus
fungus amungus

Reply 11 years ago

Holy crap, that is an insane project.

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jeff-o
jeff-o

Reply 11 years ago

Nice, eh?  I'd consider doing something like it myself, but I don't think I'd make it exactly the same way.  Maybe I'd cut individual segments for the curved parts and then cover them with steamed 1/8" plywood to get a smooth curve.

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gmjhowe
gmjhowe

11 years ago

 People might be able to also give suggestions if you give us a hint as to what your speakers are for? where they are going etc?