Computer Woofer Mod(to See Vibrations From the Speakers)

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Many people have woofers.And they are pleased with it.
But
Listening to music only is no fun.Most woofers don't have exposed speakers.they are mostly inside.
And those woofers that have speakers outside are expensive.They are for cars(pimp cars).
You wanna see speakers pumping bass according to the music.What can you do?
With this mod,you can simulate the vibrations of the speakers

Step 1: What You Need

you'll need just a few items
*scissors
*markers(your choice of colors)
*paper(A4paper is not a bad idea)
*tape

Step 2: First!

cut a strip of paper out
best cut it thin and long
I would recommend 1cm X 8cm

Step 3: Fold It

fold it like this on both sides

Step 4: Done Folding?

now color it with cool graphics!
make sure the graphic you draw is stripes and letters.
mines not that nice but you can try many kinds of style that suit you.

Step 5: Done Everything? Now Turn on the MUSIC!!!

here's a video of it working
song=lady sovereign-love me or hate me


Step 6: Troubleshoot

paper rattling
your paper is too thick/wide

no vibrations
add more volume
widen your paper

Good luck on it
yup.
completed my second instructable
wheeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    17 Discussions

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    That's great and all but my 2 15's shred paper :/ might be cool for my little 8" home theater sub

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    bowmaster

    7 years ago on Introduction

    My Coby speaker system has an exposed woofer. I got it at big lots for $25 a few years ago.

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    jj.inc

    9 years ago on Step 5

     This was cool and easy, the perfect combination

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    powerbumpus

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    well that song is ok reason why I don't really like it is because that song has no music.just bass.repeating the same thing. but this song is a good bass tester

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    powerJosho

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    ??? you mean cover the hole and put a smaller hole in it? that won't work.it'll rattle a lot

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    louisbh0power

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    naaah he means cut a hole in the side (so you can see the speaker) and put glass or clear perspex or whatever over the hole... i dont recommend it tho coz i dont get my kicks off watching the sub movement. haha

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    mspark400power

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    i think josho means cut a hole and install a window in your speaker enclosure so you can see the cone moving.

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    mspark400power

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    nor would i. just explaining. but if you did make the window with plexiglass and made it seal correctly, it would be pretty cool with some leds in there. actually you maybe even able to make the cabinet out of plexiglass or lexan. that would be pretty sweet.

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    mchenson

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Try this: Tape a small piece of tin-foil on the speaker cone. Turn on the music. Now shine a laser on the foil so it reflects on to a wall. Stare at your music.

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    Sandisk1duopower

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    oh, but my street is getting re-paved today, so i might as well blast bass, and see which it louder, a jack-hammer, or my audio system (which i found in trash lol)