Forget Wires - Jack Hammer Mp3

22,742

66

46

About: Visit my site www.emilio.com.mx

This Headphone include Mp3 player, forget wires and you can use the headphone for others players or source audio because has a jack for Plug 3.5 mm stereo

Step 1: Ears Protector and Paint

Hi, are anothers instructables friends how make Jakhammer headphone and headphone with mp3, i think have 2 in one with aditional feature a Jack female for 2.5 mm stereo in audio with this you can buy anothers extensions plug to plug for others application and reuse this headphones.

First buy a ears protector:

(im from Chiapas, Mexico and here the cost are around $6 dlls.)

Paint in black mate

Step 2: Circuit

The key in this step is connect a reuse headphone (i have a broken Sony headphone), follow the schematic circuit.

Step 3: Make Holes and Connections


Make hole for put Jack, and for wire shield who connected Left speaker:

Step 4: Velcro

Put on velcro, side Right and the back on mp3 player

Step 5: Short Plug Extension

Make or buy a short plug 3.5 mm stereo:

Step 6: All Together

Ok, here the best part, put all together, the mp3 player, the speakers and plug extension:

(The mp3 is a cheap brand 128 Mb* and sound great)

Enjoy!!

*(Oops, this mp3 really have 256 mb)

Share

    Recommendations

    • Pie Contest

      Pie Contest
    • Build a Tool Contest

      Build a Tool Contest
    • Weaving Challenge

      Weaving Challenge

    46 Discussions

    0
    None
    ilpug

    8 years ago on Introduction

    http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1144.snc4/148671_150761941636420_100001078465132_250475_1305058_n.jpg

    heres my preliminary version, using remington ear protectors, a coby 1 gig mp3 player, and 5$ headphones from Rite Aid. The sound quality is excellent. My first attempt looks like crap though, so im going to make a new version.

    0
    None
    EvanGelliuZ

    8 years ago on Step 6

    This has been of great help. I was looking for a way to make my JVC HARX700 wireless; now mixing this tutorial with a few Ideas that I have will make my dream come true ;) Thanx man ;)

    1 reply
    0
    None
    llavenEvanGelliuZ

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 6

    Thanks for comment, if you make one please share you project. Greetings

    0
    None
    EvanGelliuZ

    8 years ago on Step 3

    Hello, I have a question.... where did u get the wire to connect both speakers ??? did u buy it or did u make it ??? can u post where did u get it or where did u buy the things that u used to make it ???? Thanks... Hola, tengo una pregunta... dond conseguiste el cable para conectar los dos auriculares??? lo compraste o lo hiciste ??? podrias postear donde lo conseguiste o donde compraste las cosas que usaste para hacerlo ??? Gracias...

    1 reply
    0
    None
    llavenEvanGelliuZ

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 3

    Hi, the coaxial audio wire(Stereo) and plug 3.5mm connectors buy in electronic shop. The wire have 2 plastic colors red (right audio) and white (left audio) and the common wire shield. Hola los cables y los conectores los compré en una tienda de electrónica, el cable se le conoce como coaxial de audio y es estereo ya que tiene 3 cables en su interior uno con cubierta roja, blanca y el común que es el blindaje. Gracias por tu comentario

    que onda carnal ta chido el instructable, voy a hacer esto de ponerle un jack para conectar el cable con mis audifonos pq en 3 semanas e tenido que cambiar 5 veces el cable. namas una preguntota si es stereo vdd? hey dude great instructable!. im gonna do this of adding a jack so i can change the cable easily. cause my headphone's cable has breaked off like 5 times in 3 weeks. i just got a question, the soud is still stereo? cause i'm a little paranoic bout my audio (yeah im an audiophile)

    1 reply
    0
    None
    llavenphant0m_sp00f3ra

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    que tal, así es el plug y cable (3 cablecitos) debe ser stereo para conectar tu bocina izquierda y derecha. Thats right, plug and shield wire (3 little wires) have stereo for left and right speaker.

    0
    None
    yeagerxp

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I guess necessity is mother of invention, and we all seem to think a like, a few years back, when i was unemployed, i needed something to listen to music and block outside noise, i modified a set of construction noise blockers, I added a pair of earbuds, your idea is better, i will modify mine so that the wire can be disconnected

    0
    None
    AzurusNovaquasimod

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    There's a thing called time and money and are quite vital to accomplishing something like this. So before you start poking me with a stick to do something, ask questions first. Now back off.

    0
    None
    YerboogiemanAzurusNova

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    just post it anyway but add something that makes it unique like LED's even though someone posted something just like it

    0
    None
    llavenAzurusNova

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    AzurusNova, thanks for share your comment, when i dont have money (i was student) bought a notebook then put my ideas, draw, conceptual maps, text, and others i think you made this because the most important is the idea. Instructables.com is a great idea for share this draw for example. Now i have a little money (im working a lot) but no have time :-( , the key is make or made the ideas happen and share with friends. (sorry for my awful english)

    0
    None
    quasimodllaven

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    No need to apologize for your English, llaven. You speak English much better than I speak your language. Whatever that is.

    0
    None
    ryemonkeyAzurusNova

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Why would you ask a question like that in the first place? Quasimod gave you the only possible answer. He did not poke you with a stick, he gave you an answer to a question, don't ask questions you know the answer to if you don't like the answer.

    0
    None
    quasimodryemonkey

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I guess I forgot the smiley. Here ya go... :) Also notice my very next post, "By the way, Pot, meet Kettle". That is a reference to an old saying you may not be familiar with, but it basically means that I don't have any right to give you a hard time about something that I am also guilty of doing. Sort of a wry, tongue-in-cheek admission. llaven has a really good, constructive comment for you, also. He's a smart guy.