Speaker Hack : Secret Safe

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transform your old stereo speaker into a useful safe.

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    muddog15

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I just made one to where you turn it around, and stick your finger in the hole, and pull on it.

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    ibwebb

    5 years ago on Introduction

    *sigh* I am guessing that many of you wouldn't last long doing robberies. From what I can gather from the comments from the peanut gallery:
    1: All of you are going to spend hours and hours searching every crevice for the 'possibility' of something.
    2: You're willing to make lots of noise knocking things over/breaking things open for a half bottle of Vodka (BTW you just got a couple bucks worth of buckshot from that noise at my house).
    As I said on another of these that people were giving heck about.. A simply genius idea! Hidden in plain site and you would have to be about 6'5" to have a chance to see the top of that I am guessing.

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    ibwebbibwebb

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Though, I do have to agree that if you can.. I would leave the speaker in to help hide it.

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    Yerboogiemangmjhowe

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Not the $10 speakers on the shelf. The $500 subs, $2000 amp, and $150 deck from your car. Trust me.

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    gmjhoweYerboogieman

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    actually they tend to go for smaller valuable items, the larger ones are harder to haul out.

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    Yerboogiemangmjhowe

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I know from personal experience, they steal it all, all 300pounds of it, subs aren't light, stick it in a wheel barrow, take it down the street and torch it.

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    gmjhoweYerboogieman

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    A whole different class of criminal over there eh? Everything i own of any value is attached to my desk via 0.5" steel security cable.

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    mettaurlovergmjhowe

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    huh. everything i own of considerable value is booby trapped so that it shocks you if you pick it up without holding a button conveniently on my desk.

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    mettaurlovernisoe

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Dude, necroing is not OK. Especially when it's something that wouldn't reasonably still EXIST after this long.

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    carpespasmgmjhowe

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    certainly not your non-functional stereo. Just make sure to turn both speakers into safes.

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    awfeckit

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I wanna know the name of that song that's playing on your video and who's the playing it.
    thanks

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    banditkeith80

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Not to sound like a jerk or anything. But if i noticed a keyhole on a speaker I'm pretty sure I'd figure out something was in there. Just throwing that out.

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    The only problem with leaving the speaker in is that if you try to hide DVDs, Hard Drives, or things like that a speaker magnet will seriously mess them up. I also like the idea of the magnetic lock.