Introduction: How to Build a Radio Out of an Altoids Mint Bin
Have you ever wanted to listen to music but you don’t have an radio? well now you can have a really cool recyclable radio. This radio is made out of an Altoid tin, padding, and last but not least headphones. This radio is a convenient way to listen to music from your ipod and a easy way to carry it around. This is also a way to keep your ipod safe in a tin can with padding so you don’t misplace it or drop it.
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Step 1: Materials
-soda can holder
-thread and needle
-hot glue/super glue
Step 2: Step One
remove the speakers and cut the cords to the length of the Altoids can
Step 3: Step Two
Lay the wires flat and tape them in the can so they don't move as much
Step 4: Step Three
Measure the padding (for padding you can use a drink holder) and mark holes for your speaker
Step 5: Step Four
Once you are done and satisfied with how the speakers look (the padding is glued down) now you can position the speakers
Step 6: Step Five
Its all done! you can add anything to spice up your speaker and make it yours