DIY Bass BookShelf Speaker

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Introduction: DIY Bass BookShelf Speaker

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Hey! everyone My name is Steve

Today I’m Gonna show how I Build this BookShelf Speaker with Bass Radiator for boosting the bass performance, the bass I get with this little 3” midbass driver is impressive as well as mid

And higher frequency handled by a neodymium dome tweeter
This is a Budget build but the Sound Quality I get is really Good

In future, I decided to use this Speaker as 2.1 Audio Setup by adding a Separate Subwoofer

So, Stay tuned for Little Subwoofer Build

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Step 1: Features

Input Power

  • 25watt RMS

Impedance

Frequency Response

  • 81-20000 Hz

Built-in

  • 2Way Crossover

Step 2: Thing I've Used

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Step 4: Crossover

Now Talking About This Crossover this is a 2 Way Crossover that means it’ll separate frequency for 2 Drivers

  • Mid-bass driver support frequency up to 5kHz
  • Tweeter support frequency 3khz to 20Khz

Step 5: Cutting

I used 12mm MDF and used my Table saw Bosch GTS10J to cut it

Diameters

  • 10 x 19 cm 2 Pieces Front & Back Panel
  • 11.6 x 19 cm 2 Pieces Side Panel
  • 7.6 x 11.6 cm 2 Pieces up and down Panel


Note - Please see the images for better understanding

Step 6: Wood

These are the final pieces for making 2 Boxes

Diameters

  • 10 x 19 cm 2 Pieces Front & Back Panel
  • 11.6 x 19 cm 2 Pieces Side Panel
  • 7.6 x 11.6 cm 2 Pieces up and down Panel


Note - Please see the images for better understanding

Step 7: Cutting for Passive Radiator

First, I've marked the Diameters for the Passive Radiator the Radiator size is 90x60mm

I used a drill with 6mm drill bit and drilled 4 holes at each corner and used a Jigsaw to cut the rectangle

and used a file to clean the edges and used a router to round over using round over bit

Note - Please see the images for better understanding

Step 8: Gluing Passive Radiator

I used a rubber adhesive to glue the passive radiator and it took around 1 hour to stick properly

Note - Please see the images for better understanding

Step 9: Final Assembly

I used wood glue and used my new electric nail gun to punch the nails

Nail Gun

This is the first time I'm using a nail gun before I was thing fo using a nail gun but I was not having any air compressor but I found an Electric Nail gun and i got excited and bought one and used it and it's amazing

Note - Please see the images for better understanding

Step 10: Cleaning the Edges

First, I used Flush Trim Bit to flush all the over edges

and then used a Round Over bit to round the edges

See the results

Note - Please see the images for better understanding

Step 11: Sanding

I applied wood filler and then used a Sander to clean the rough surface

Note - Please see the images for better understanding

Step 12: Making Speaker Holes

As you can see the images I used a router to make the holes to flush fit The Driver

Note - Please see the images for better understanding

Step 13: Making Back Terminal Hole

I used a Drill machine with a hole saw bit to cut the hole

Note - Please see the images for better understanding

Step 14: Panting

I have gone with black and this is a Speaker Cabinet Paint it gives a rough texture I applied it using a paint roller

Matt Black looks Fantastic

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Step 15: Soldering

I used a soldering iron to solder 4 wire

Note - Please see the images for better understanding

Step 16: Final Assembly

First, I've inserted the Crossover panel and tighten up the screws

And then inserted the Tweeter wire and midbass wire

And the tighten up the screws

Note - Please see the images for better understanding

Step 17: Legs

I put 4 rubber legs "pad" to the bottom

Note - Please see the images for better understanding


Step 18: Finished

Plug the amplifier and just play and enjoy


That's all for today guys!

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    4 Discussions

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    thepantheonzaibatsu
    thepantheonzaibatsu

    6 weeks ago

    this is really nicely done! Looks really professional! Thanks for sharing it!!

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    ItsRaz10
    ItsRaz10

    7 weeks ago

    Nice! :)

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    MicheleMeattini
    MicheleMeattini

    8 weeks ago

    Congratulations, really nice project!