Speakil Case




Have been thinking of creating a reason for our softy of a teacher to let us listen to music during class. This is perfect. "miss i havn't tested out my speakil case And i really want to...."
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Please let me know if you have any questions or any ideas on how to improve this.

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Step 1: What You Need

you will need:
A speaker
Pencil case
Permanent marker
+ a soldering iron
and hot glue gun.

Step 2: Step 1

Fold pencil case inside out ready to mark were the speaker will go.

Step 3: Step 2

mark circle around the speaker.
Make sure you cut the circle about 5 mms in from were you marked to be able attach the speaker.

Step 4: Step 3

Cut out the hole for the speaker to get that clear sound.
REMEMBER: cut the circle about 5 mms in from were you marked to be able attach the speaker.

Step 5: Step 4

Attaching the speaker.

I Attached the speaker by hot gluing it. Some other gluey substance may work better.

Step 6: Step 5

Soldering the earbud port on.
To find out how to prepare the earbuds for soldering click here.

solder each wire to a seperate port on the speaker. ( + and - ports)

Step 7: Step 5 (final)

Flip the Pencil case back (outside out) plug in your ipod and put either in or outside the pencil case. Hopefully you all like it.

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    4 Discussions


    10 years ago on Introduction

    You might want to elaborate on why you used the "word" speakil. Some people just won't get it.

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    10 years ago on Introduction

    It's a nice build, I like it! But I'd be concerned about the speaker diaphragm being damaged - any thoughts on this? L