Enamel coated Wire
First: Measure 142cm of enamel coated wire.
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Roll the enamel coated wire around a cylinder object in order to create a coil. You wrap the wire into a coil so the electrons can shoot across because they have to shoot diagonal . The more loops you have in the coil, the better the sound will be, so make the coil have a diameter of around 5 cm.
Pull the wire off the cylinder and make sure it remains in a coil.
What the coil should look like:
Take a piece of tape and tape the coil/wire to your resonator..
Take a razor and strip the coating at each end of the wire in order for the wire to conduct.
Plug each end of the wire that have been stripped into the speaker cables/cords.
What it should look like:
Position magnet in order to set the box with coil directly above/on top of the magnet.
Not a very good photo of how the alignment should look but the center of the magnet should make some contact with the coil, almost perfectly aligning.
Now listen to the stereo, gradually increasing the volume until it cuts out!