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Eggshell Speakers Answered

Thee eggshell speakers are lovely to look at even if the sound is "narrow" according to the maker.

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sn3102
sn3102

11 years ago

This is a cool idea! I have been saving some small speakers from my salvaged Toshiba laptop. I will give your idea a try

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Emsaid
Emsaid

11 years ago

Very Cool! (What's the white stuff in the corner)

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lemonie
lemonie

Reply 11 years ago

Look like miniature birds, possibly leftover material from the stands. L

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jeff-o
jeff-o

Reply 11 years ago

They look like Peeps!

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Skyfinity
Skyfinity

Reply 11 years ago

Microwave time?

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toogers
toogers

Reply 11 years ago

yeah.

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Emsaid
Emsaid

Reply 11 years ago

oh.. ok, cool (and an egg)

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alessiof76
alessiof76

11 years ago

great idea!!
I can use ostrich eggs for larger speakers? ;)

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Weissensteinburg
Weissensteinburg

11 years ago

That's cool. I wonder if they'll ever go bad...does shell attract bacteria and all that nonsense? I'd also like to know how he cut it. I know from experience that drilling holes in an egg is a tedious, and easy to crack process.

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Plasmana
Plasmana

Reply 11 years ago

I use my dremel for cutting and drilling, I found that by doing high speed drilling does not crack the egg shell. But the problem is the egg shell dust stinks like hell!

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 11 years ago

not cleaned & untreated shell would certainly start to smell badly a short time after the contents were removed....but if done properly (and there are plenty of crafters that can work with egg shells), it should last until one drops them on the concrete floor ;-)

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jeff-o
jeff-o

Reply 11 years ago

He probably used a dremel with a cutting disc.