This is a portable speaker that has sort of a vintage look on the outside but, very new technology on the inside. Dayton’s RC180-55 2″ x 7″ Res-Core™ Neodymium Woofer for a subwoofer and 2 Tang Band T1-1942SB Speaker Modules for the mids and highs.
Full range, accurate sound in a portable and stylish package.
Dayton’s RC180-55 2″ x 7″ Res-Core™ Neodymium Woofer for a subwoofer and 2 Tang Band T1-1942SB Speaker Modules for the mids and highs.
Vintage guitar amplifier style.
For amplification I used the Dayton Audio KABD-430 4 x 30W All-in-one Amplifier Board with DSP in a 2.1 configuration using the free SigmaStudio Software to set the crossover points and control the equalization. This is a powerful tool that really lets you get the most out of your system.
Tips & Tricks:
Take your time!
This project turned out great! Excellent and impressive sound from a small package. Great for tailgating.
About the Designer:
I’m a network architect for one of the large telecom carriers here in the US
Project Parts List:
|264-934||Tang Band T1-1942SB Speaker Module 2-5/16″ x 2-5/16″||2|
|325-139||Dayton Audio KPX In-Circuit Programmer USB||1|
|325-117||Dayton Audio KABD-SPF Function Cables for KABD Series||1|
|325-430||Dayton Audio KABD-430 4 x 30W All-in-one Amplifier Board with DSP and Bluetooth 5.0 aptX HD||1|
|325-212||Dayton Audio LBB-5v2 5 x 26650 Lithium Battery Charger Board/Module 21V with Charge Protection||1|
|295-248||Dayton Audio RC180-55 2″ x 7″ Res-Core™ Neodymium Woofer 4 Ohm||1|
|142-105||Lishen 18650 2600mAh Li-Ion Flat Top Rechargeable Battery 5-Pack||1|