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    Bluetooth board and crossover from KMA’s Elder bluetooth speaker. Drivers were “borrowed” from an apple air drop speaker (being an anderoid guy I didnt mind). Copper tubes on each end act as porting, strictly guesswork on the length & area. Volumn, LEDs and aux are in a plate mounted on the bottom. The speaker lives in my shop at about head height so I didnt want the LEDs in my eyes and it would have been a pain to look or reach behind. Front baffle is raw oak, carcass is 3/8″ mystery ply.

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  • 123toid

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    May 28, 2019 at 2:32 am
    Posted by: Rook_Woodworks

    Bluetooth board and crossover from KMA’s Elder bluetooth speaker. Drivers were “borrowed” from an apple air drop speaker (being an anderoid guy I didnt mind). Copper tubes on each end act as porting, strictly guesswork on the length & area. Volumn, LEDs and aux are in a plate mounted on the bottom. The speaker lives in my shop at about head height so I didnt want the LEDs in my eyes and it would have been a pain to look or reach behind. Front baffle is raw oak, carcass is 3/8″ mystery ply.

    I love being an Adroid guy, I don’t mind! HAHA  That is funny.  I really liked that design you put around the Oak chamfer.  That was a unique look and great idea!  


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  • rook_woodworks

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    May 28, 2019 at 2:34 am

    Strange things happen when you dont have the regular tools. I dont own a router. My shop is a bedroom on the second floor, no powertools allow 😣 

  • 123toid

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    May 28, 2019 at 2:42 am

    That is even more impressive.  This would be a hard hobby to do that without power tools.  I am impressed!


  • rook_woodworks

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    May 28, 2019 at 11:46 am

    I smartened up and borrowed some for the next project. It’s no harder or easier, just a different frame of mind and a lot slower.