Mini BoomBox




Introduction: Mini BoomBox

About: Hey! My name is Roey Leon, from Tel Aviv, Israel. On my free time, as a hobby of mine, I love building stuff from scratch. It always starts with a crazy idea, and then I realize that it`s too Dangerous / Unach…

Hey there

well , another boombox on the way 
and this time i decided to make it the smallest that i can , real miniature - so that i can carry it freely to the beach without grumbling on the weight issue.

hope you enjoy!

Step 1: Shopping List

so , for this Instructable i decided to build something modest , small , and yet COOL.

i bought a used Center speaker 
new Sealed Lead 12volt 5amp Battery
A variety of bolts and nuts
a few angles
small LEPAI amp from eBay
Plexiglas - had at home a piece of 1x1 meter

The tools needed are :
drill bit + drill
Tin snips
solder + tin
Screwdrivers and/or electric screwdriver

that`s it in general

Step 2: Cutting the Plexiglass

Measure the diameter of the speakers 

 start cutting the Plexiglas according to the measures 

Step 3: Create the Outer Shell- Plexiglass

measure the size of the desired BOOMBOX and cut it using the saw.

over all we need :
Bottom piece
upper piece
two sides
and one back piece

Step 4: Cutting the Side Angles

Found some old Angles on my warehouse

cut them with the  saw and assembled them to Plexiglas angles

Due to weight issue ( the Battery ) i had to use at the bottom a strong kinda heavy angle

Step 5: Assemble All Pieces

Step 6: Create Bottom Legs

from an old broom stick i cut a few pieces

Step 7: Create Internal Support Angles for the Rear Plexiglas

In order for the Boombox to be stable and not shiver we need to strengthen it via Small angles

Step 8: Tear Down the Plexiglas Protection Nylon

Step 9: Glue Wallpaper on the Angles

Step 10: Reattach the " New " Angles

Step 11: Soldering Time

Solder a small Capacitor to split the Frequency between the Woofer and Tweeter 

Step 12: Create TWO Custom Bolts for the Charging Ports

Step 13: Drill Inside the Amplifier

Drill inside the amplifier to attach it to the upper case

Step 14: All Done !

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    7 Discussions


    5 years ago on Introduction

    Hi, nice job! But does the cabinet rattle or make noise at higher volume levels? If so, did you seal the corners later on? I am thinking of doing something like this myself.

    Tater Zoid
    Tater Zoid

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Hi, great build. Could you provide more detail on how you charge the battery and use the battery at the same time? Thank you, Tater


    7 years ago on Introduction

    great instructible! quick question, can you charge the battery while using the battery in this set up?


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction


    yep , you can charge it as much as you want during the phase that it is being used by the system


    7 years ago on Introduction

    No need for a low-pass filter to the woofer?


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction


    I need indeed , but I didn't have at the time of constructing it

    Ordered from eBay a few Crossovers