Project Time: 1-8 hours
Project Complexity: Hobbyist
Project Cost: $100-$500
I chose to use the 7″ 8 ohm Seas Prestige Loki MKII coaxial speaker (80w rms 250 long term). It has a unique design where a silk dome tweeter is located in the center of the woofer. Powering two of these is Denon receiver.
Black ash finish, 2″ port, 3/4 thick mdf (1″ front)
I cut small wood blocks and mounted them on the inside of the enclosure in three places around the woofer cut out. Using LEDs and a sound synchronized driver board, the lights are audio synchronized, each color playing a different range of sound frequency. Then routing the the rainbow chord, coming from the light board to the driver board, out through the terminal and into a protective box on the back of the enclosure
these speakers produce incredibly clear sound and the lights are awesome. I couldn’t be more happy with how these speakers turned out!
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