How to Make a Simple DIY Bluetooth Speaker


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Introduction: How to Make a Simple DIY Bluetooth Speaker

Hey Guys, My name is Surajit Majumdar. I'm from India. now I'm 19 years old, studying at college....

Hello, Guyz! In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how you can make a simple Bluetooth speaker from Scratch. It's a small and so cheap Bluetooth Speaker.

It's a small BT speaker but please don't go its size. This speaker is really loud and it can deliver punchier bass.

This is a perfect companion for travel cause of its ultraportable size.

Specs & Features:

  • 3W Full-Range Speaker
  • Bluetooth 2.1 with built in FM Radio and Aux Ready
  • Long Lasting 2000mAh Li-ion Battery
  • 8002B Amplifier
  • Command Buttons
  • Micro USB Charging

Here's the full tutorial and sound demonstration video.


If you like this project then please do vote for me and help me to be a winner.

Here's the link for my previous BT speaker

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Step 1: The Things We Need

This speaker requires very minimum parts to build this speaker. I used my old stuff and it makes the speaker so Cheap.

The Parts List:

  • 3W Speaker
  • Mono Bluetooth And Amplifier Module
  • 3ps Tactile Button
  • 1ps Slide Switch
  • 2000mAh Li-ion battery
  • Some wires
  • Fairness cream container

Tools & Equipments:

  • Soldering Iron
  • Cutter
  • Glue Gun
  • Masking Tape
  • Marker Pen
  • Compass
  • Spray Paint

Step 2: Make Circle

Take the measurement of speaker's diameter and note down it. Draw hole exactly same size as speaker's diameter by using maker and compass. Don't make bigger hole otherwise speaker won't get fit in it.

Step 3: Cut the Hole for Speaker

Now we're going cut the hole. Simply use your cutter to cut the hole slowly and carefully. After cut the hole use sandpaper and rub the inside of the hole to makes the edges smooth.

Step 4: Mount Speaker

First position the speaker on the upper panel, Then apply a thick layer of hot glue around the edges of the speaker. Make sure that speaker is 100% airtight.

Step 5: Solder All Components

First, we'll start by solder all the wires to BT Module. Then Solder wires to the speaker, battery and switches.

Step 6: Mount All the Components

Now it's time to mount all the components. First, attach all the switches by using hot glue and then attach other components like BT module, battery, etc

Step 7: Attach the Upper Part

Now we're going to attach the upper part. Apply a thin layer of superglue around the edges of the lower part then attach the upper part. After that press and hold it still for a minute.

Step 8: Paint Time

Paint your BT speaker with your favourite Colour. First, we'll cover the speaker and other stuff with masking tape. Then use spray colour to paint the speaker. I'm using here matte black colour.

Step 9: Add Rubber Feet

Add rubber feet to reduce vibration while placing it to any flat surface.

Thanks for watching this. Again I'm requesting you guy's please do vote for me :)

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    12 Discussions

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    cmontema
    cmontema

    Question 1 year ago

    Hi there- I am a teacher and thinking of doing this with my students. What are the 3 buttons for? Wouldn't you just need one for on/off?

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    mjeswani9
    mjeswani9

    2 years ago

    Nice instructable but can you please tell the name of that board and tell a link for it

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    RyanZ22
    RyanZ22

    Reply 2 years ago

    You can find all kinds of amplifier boards on eBay or Amazon just read the specs on the description to make sure it's the right one you need

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    mjeswani9
    mjeswani9

    2 years ago

    Can you please share the module name a link to buy

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    steynvdw
    steynvdw

    2 years ago

    Good instructable! How about including a schematic diagram?

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    MelanieH68
    MelanieH68

    2 years ago

    what are the buttons for

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    diyfuntech
    diyfuntech

    2 years ago

    Really Great Speaker voted for you and what is the green thing you have on your table? thanks:)

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    Surajit Majumdar
    Surajit Majumdar

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thanks diyfuntech :) The green thing is a cutting mat.

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    addison8019
    addison8019

    2 years ago

    Good tutorial, very creative.

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    Swansong
    Swansong

    2 years ago

    That looks good, I'd like to have a compact one like this to carry with me. :)