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Do not forget to place the buttons! Check the wiring again. Now you can screw all speakers to the box. However, if you have a foam isolation tape, it is good to place it between speakers and the box. If they do, you can secure all nuts and screws with glue vibrations can loosen the screws and make unwanted sounds , then stuff the inside with cotton wool for a better sound but not too close to bass-reflex.

Attach a battery to the box and the boombox is ready. Assembly of this smaller version is much easier. Printing and assembly do not require as much time as the bigger version. However, the main disadvantage of a smaller speaker volume is a weaker bass sound , and it is necessary to boost it through software settings on your cellphone or computer. If not, you can sand the printed parts.

The door mechanism should slide in the railings with no resistance and the lock on its end should stop them from unwanted opening. Remove support material from buttons and make sure they can move easily inside prepared holes. If everything fits, glue carefully a small grid on the short side of your speaker and second grit on your sliding door. The front cover will be screwed later. Solder all cables to the crossover according to the schematic. Solder B connectors to the battery and powering cable.

Solder an HS plug to the other end of the power cable. Use heat shrink tubes instead of using the plastic cover of the plug. Insert buttons into prepared openings and secure the amplifier in position using 2.

Screw the crossover right after it. Check if your wiring is correct, then put the speakers in position. Seal the speakers with foam tape before you secure them with screws. Check the polarity of wires and insert the battery between the mid-range speaker and the side of the speaker box. Stuff the inside of the speaker box with cotton wool to prevent unwanted vibrations do not place the wool too close to the bass-reflex.

Some of you might want to design your own speaker to fit exactly your individual ideas. Perhaps you will choose to build transmission line speakers that are very difficult to build with wood but might work very well thanks to the 3D printing technology. We recommend especially these two websites: www. You will hardly calculate dimensions of a speaker box without proper values and as a result, the sound will be distorted.

Next, you need to decide how many lines do you want in your speakers two-line, three-line etc. If we use a full range speaker connected directly to the amplifier, the speaker will play but it will also have distorted sound. It is also important to choose parts with the same impedance and speakers with the same or higher power than the amplifier our amplifier has the output of 2x25W and the mid-range speakers have a peak power of 60W. If the results say that your bass speaker should be in at least 6l enclosure, it is not recommended to make it smaller.

As a result, the speaker would have weaker bass and you would have to enhance sound in your equalizer or even be stuck with worse sound quality than you would wish.

You can also enhance the bass of a small speaker with a so-called bass-reflex or passive membrane. You can, of course, play around with the design and come up with your own version of a portable speaker that fits all your needs.

The larger boombox we made is a bit heavy for regular carrying around and the small one needs a bit of software equalizer tweaking to deliver proper bass. Hopefully, you found this article useful and it will help you in the first steps towards 3D printing your own boombox. Feel free to share your own designs or improvements in the comments! Discharging a Lipo below 3. If you forget to switch off this thing the battery will be drained until damaged.

You need a batery protector circuit. The minimum is an undervoltage indicator buzzer. There are LiPo batteries with built in undervoltage protection but rare and expensive.

 
 

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Briefcase Boombox. Armored vehicle. A practical and functional desktop speaker with an innovative, modern design. Unleash the power of your music with dual stereo output. Compatible with most smartphones. Making parts on your own is good but getting them made by a professional manufacturer is better as they will provide high-quality stuff which will improve the overall quality of the project.

The Assembly process includes adding a speaker to its enclosure first and then attaching each speaker enclosure with each other in ascending order.

Tightening each nut and bot is crucial here as each part will support the next one so nothing should be loose here. Next, we add speakers to this assembled body. I added the 1ohms speaker in the first enclosure I had to use a few 3D Printed bushes to hold the speaker in its place.

I had to use four bushes in each speaker. Next, I added the 4 ohms speaker in its place which was the second enclosure with 3D Printed bushes. Now all that is left is to add the remaining three enclosures with this body which includes a battery and amplifier enclosure along with two more speaker enclosures. I prepared two more speaker modules first I added the remaining speakers in their assigned enclosures and now all that is left to do was to mount everything together.

Some of you might want to design your own speaker to fit exactly your individual ideas. Perhaps you will choose to build transmission line speakers that are very difficult to build with wood but might work very well thanks to the 3D printing technology.

We recommend especially these two websites: www. You will hardly calculate dimensions of a speaker box without proper values and as a result, the sound will be distorted. Next, you need to decide how many lines do you want in your speakers two-line, three-line etc.

If we use a full range speaker connected directly to the amplifier, the speaker will play but it will also have distorted sound. It is also important to choose parts with the same impedance and speakers with the same or higher power than the amplifier our amplifier has the output of 2x25W and the mid-range speakers have a peak power of 60W. If the results say that your bass speaker should be in at least 6l enclosure, it is not recommended to make it smaller.

As a result, the speaker would have weaker bass and you would have to enhance sound in your equalizer or even be stuck with worse sound quality than you would wish.

You can also enhance the bass of a small speaker with a so-called bass-reflex or passive membrane. You can, of course, play around with the design and come up with your own version of a portable speaker that fits all your needs. The larger boombox we made is a bit heavy for regular carrying around and the small one needs a bit of software equalizer tweaking to deliver proper bass.

Hopefully, you found this article useful and it will help you in the first steps towards 3D printing your own boombox. Feel free to share your own designs or improvements in the comments! Discharging a Lipo below 3. If you forget to switch off this thing the battery will be drained until damaged. You need a batery protector circuit.

The minimum is an undervoltage indicator buzzer. There are LiPo batteries with built in undervoltage protection but rare and expensive. Not exactly as we still need to paint it which I will do in the next video.

Originally, I wanted to print this completely from grey pla and then apply metallic silver on it to make it look something like this. But because of some stock reason, I was unable to purchase the metallic paint this week.

Stay tuned because I’m planning to paint this setup in the next post. Log in Sign up. Arnov Sharma. Beginner Full instructions provided Over 2 days Things used in this project.

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