$100 – $500
The exterior (top and sides) is made of American cherry and the baffle board is made of maple. All construction was done with cabinet wood screws. A router was used to chamfer the speaker hole and tweeter cut outs. Additional features include Bluetooth and a USB outlet.
The idea for this project was to create a better sounding boombox for a workshop rather than purchase a cheap plastic constructed one that would not produce quality sound. I wanted to be able to hear music over machinery.
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A sealed boxed speaker
The unit consists of 2 Dayton Audio DC160-4 6 1/2″ mid bass and 2 Visaton DT94-4 polycarbonate tweeters. This is powered by a Pioneer car stereo and that is powered by a radio Shack 13 volt power supply.
This is a two-way design with a simple a 10 uF 100V non-polarized capacitors.
The final product is a high quality sounding boombox with an appearance that fits in nicely in a carpentry workshop.
About the Designer:
Hobbyist interested in various woodworking projects. This is my first audio project and I plan to do more. My next project will consist of higher quality speakers with more woodworking details.
Project Parts List:
|Visaton DT94-4 0.8″ Polycarbonate Dome Tweeter 4 Ohm|
|10uF 100V Electrolytic Non-Polarized Crossover Capacitor|
|Dayton Audio DC160-4 6-1/2″ Classic Woofer Speaker|