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I did cut a ring for a grill but haven't decided whether I am going to use it yet. Not too concerned about dust yet but if it becomes a problem I will add a grill. As far as a remote, my phone and the TV control the volume and I keep it plugged in and on all the time, it draws a minimal current when idle.
Thanks, it's a 2nd order filter with baffle step compensation.
It turned out better than I expected, actually had to sand a layer of primer off before I stained it. Thanks for the comment.
I used 2 power supplies because of the current requirements for the power amplifier. Recommended voltage for the amplifier is 12VDC, 2x15w+1x30w=60 watts/5A at 12VDC total and each power supply supplies 5A/60W. The bluetooth module is 12V and recommends a minimum of 1A.Not very exciting, having a toddler means lots of toys around the living room.
A Sure Bluetooth module is connected to the amplifier inside the speaker bar. This step is reflected to the assembly step and in the bill of materials.
Thanks! I'm glad you like it
The electronics are all accessible if you remove the 6" woofer on the top. That should give me enough room to fix any problems that may arise. Thanks for the comment, I have added this detail to the instructable.
Powered Rustic Speaker Bar with Bluetooth
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