After watching hours of @kirbymeetsaudio and other speaker builders, I decided to try to make my own. Originally, I wanted to build a pair of towers but decided to make a smaller unit due to room constraints. My design was simple. The idea was a blend of vintage and modern in my DIY Bluetooth speaker.
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I built this Bluetooth speaker in a style I'd like to call modern vintage. Sides are made of MDF and the face and legs are made of purpleheart wood. The drivers are dayton audio rs100-4 4" reference full range driver 4ohm powered by a dayton audio kab-250v3 amplifier board. It's my first time dabbing in audio. It's not perfect but I thoroughly enjoyed making it.
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You can use basic hand tools for this DIY speaker project. Obviously, power tools are much more efficient and can be a lot more accurate. With MDF, I highly recommend getting a respirator and safety goggles.
Check out my giant DIY cat tree build here.