Hey guys, we launched a project to Kickstarter days ago - ReSpeaker. And this project is based on ReSpeaker.
There are many instructables/tutorials showing how to DIY a speaker, but none of them have shown how to DIY a Voice-Controlled Wi-Fi Speaker, not even to mention that it also comes with an awesome appearance. In this instructable we will be showing how to use ReSpeaker - an open modular voice-enabled development board to make your own Gatling Gun-Style smart wireless speaker.
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Step 1: What Do We Need
- M3*25 Pillars —— 6 PCS
- M3*40 Pillars —— 6 PCS
- M3*90 Pillars —— 6 PCS
- M2*10 Pillars —— 3 PCS
- M3*8 Screws —— 12 PCS
- M3*6 Screws —— 2 PCS
- M3* 8 Tapping Screws —— 5 PCS
- M2*6 Screws —— 6 PCS
- M3 Nuts —— 2 PCS
- Acrylic panels
- Acrylic tube
- Mesh Iron sheet
- Audio amplifier board Power
- Adapter Audio cable
- Screw Driver
Step 2: Fix the Audio Amplifier Board
Use 2 M3*6 screws and 2 M3 nuts Fixed the Audio amplifier board, Note that there may be many holes on the amplifier board, but we only need two of them.
Step 3: Install the Mesh Iron Sheets
1. Installation M3 screws and M3 × 25 pillars in the base plate
2. Installation mesh iron sheets
Step 4: Fix the Sound Chamber
Use M3* 8 Tapping Screws fixed the sound chamber and Acrylic panels.
Step 5: Fix the Pilars
Fixed M3*90 pillars, then install the acrylic plate, and then fixed the M3*40 pillars.
Step 6: Install the Hardware
Use M2*10 pillars and M2 screw fix respeaker to acrylic panel
Put respeaker to the top
Step 7: Fix the Top Acrylic Board
Put the mesh iorn sheet around the pillars, and use M3 screw fixed the acrylic panel.
Step 8: Done~
Gatling gun sideways put really like ah ~ ~
But honestly, the sound quality to be improved ~~~