Lets make a sound barrier breaking homemade Bluetooth amplifier for your next party or social gathering.
Everyone jams to music and the louder the better right? In this DIY electronic project, you take old speakers and retrofit them with a Bluetooth amplifier that is compact, simple to make and gives you the biggest bang for your buck.
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I made my own wireless Bluetooth speakers from a the speakers of a rear projection TV. I originally tore into this old TV to gather the Fresnel lens that I was going to build a frame for and try to start fires with the sun.
I then tore it further apart and grabbed the set of speakers that was perfect for a DIY boombox! I looked for a way to connect the speaker to my phone while amplifying the audio and I came across this awesome project that was just what I needed.
What you need
- Bluetooth Amplifier
- Aluminum Sheets
- Battery Holders (recommended 12-18V power supply)
- Zip Ties
Getting down to business
- Cut aluminum sheets to size.
- Drill holes for supports, battery holder and audio terminals.
- Extend buttons on amplifier board.
- Clean holes for better look.
- Add standoffs and secure components to bottom board.
- Attach the top board and admire your DIY gadget.