This bluetooth speaker was designed to be small and portable and will easily fit into a travel bag. It produces 10watts of total power output. The goal was to design and build something that looks modern and clean, is easy to use and small.
This wall and shelving unit is made from inexpensive plywood, stained and clear coated with polyurethane lacquer. It is custom made for my turntable and to house other audio equipment such as amplifiers, cd players, etc. This is part of the studio/workshop updates that I will be doing as time allows.
This is really my first attempt at making a small portable bluetooth speaker. The components selected were untested and the result was going to be unknown. However, I am happy with the result and I think this will make a really good small speaker for a personal listening experience in a smaller room or environment.
This is the third and final in the series of three 2.1 Bluetooth Speaker builds. This one is designed to look like a Speech Bubble for my 18 year old nephew.
This Subwoofer build with Concrete Base uses the concept of a Linkwitz Transform (LT). It essentially boosts the bass output of a subwoofer driver in a smaller sealed enclosure compared to the typical larger enclosure required by a ported enclosure.
This is the second of three 2.1 Bluetooth Speaker builds. This one is designed to look like an Instagram icon for my 14 year old niece.
This is the first of three 2.1 Bluetooth Speaker builds. This one is a cantilever style design for my 12 year old nephew.
During the December 2015 summer holidays my two nephews and my niece asked me to design and build them each a bluetooth speaker. After having bugged me to do this for some time, I finally gave in and started the designs based on the preference of each.