Introduction: Hack Desktop Lamp to Loud Speaker Lamp
This project start because I want to save space on my desk. Sound from laptop/monitor not loud and poor so I decided to make this loud speaker lamp to listen louder and clearer.
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Step 1: List of Component.
1 desk lamp.
2 loud speakers(neodymium for small space).
3 TDA 7052b amp ic x 2
4 0.1 uf mkp capacitor x2
5 1000 uf 16 volts electrolytic capacitor.
6 10 uf 16 volts electrolytic capacitor x 2 (Don't believe junk website circuit that cut input coupling capacitor out if you use tda 7052B, you will make you amp ic overheat and damage: Beware).
7 old usb male.
8 audio jack( headphones jack with wire are good)
9 soldering iron lead and some wire.
10 hot glue gun.
Step 2: Measure and Drill Small Holes From Outside Case for Loudspeaker Sound Coming Out.
If you drill from inside the case you will not get good result.
Step 3: Attach Loudspeakers With Hot Glue and Drill Hole for Volume Control and Input Wire.
Step 4: Make Amplifier and Attach to the Lamp Case.
If you don't know where to start, see wiring diagram (show only one amp).
Step 5: Connect Input Wire and Usb Male Wire and Assembly Every Part Back.
Now it's done. See testing video.