Blast Box 200 Watt Portable Bluetooth Speaker Kit

Blast Box 200 Watt Portable Bluetooth Speaker Kit


Project Category:
Portable Speakers

Project Level:

Project Time:
8-20 Hours

Project Cost:
$100 – $500

Project Description:
Ruggedized Blast Box

Design Goals:
Utilize custom components and make a portable system that can be used to traveling. Able to be tossed around a bit without worry.

Driver Selection:
Drivers from the Blast Box kit:

Other Parts:

For the 3-inch drivers, I purchased these for the mesh part of the grill. Then designed the outer plastic ring to be perfectly flush:

These are the edge protectors I used:

This is the adhesive I used for the edge protectors:

Enclosure Assembly:
I used a block plane to smooth the joints. After sanding, I did two coats of spray poly to seal the box, then used Rust-oleum 2x Ultra Cover Utlra Matte Black spray paint. Sand in between poly layers with an orbital sander, and use steel wool between dried layers of the spray paint to ensure the finish is smooth with no swirls or imperfections.

Crossover Design:
Crossover PCB from mtg-90 on eBay:

Tips & Tricks:
If you have a 3d printer, you can print the speaker grill components in PLA+ or most other tougher materials. I have uploaded them to Thingiverse and they are free to download. Will post links soon, but they can be found by searching “Blast Box”.

This was a very fun project. It was partially inspired from some other builds on here, but I added some of my own twists. I designed the speaker grills for the 3-inch drivers, the subwoofer, and passive radiator. I searched forever to find the best options, but nothing seemed to fit as well as I’d like, so I designed my own speaker grills that can be 3d printed.

About the Designer:
Engineer who likes to tinker with technology, woodworking, electronics, and additive manufacturing.

Project Parts List:

Blast Box 200 Watt Portable Bluetooth Speaker Kit
Penn-Elcom H1008 Black Leather-Look Strap Handle 8.57″ Long

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    The 3-D printed speaker grill for the passive radiator is what I’ve been needing. I ordered a metal grill, but the sizing is not right. Hopefully the simple PLA grill will give just enough protection. Thanks for the STL files!!!

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