Have you made DIY speakers?

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truedeth
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Have you made DIY speakers?

Post by truedeth » 18 Jul 2019 05:34

Just watched this video:
and I wondered if anyone in this group has made their own speakers using audio exciters. If you have, please show them off and how you made them!
Do they sound better than your regular speakers?

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Re: Have you made DIY speakers?

Post by vanakaru » 18 Jul 2019 07:17

I have a pair of these(bought out of curiosity very cheap compared to the original price)
https://uk.aminasound.com
I tried to set these up many different ways but all I can say these do make sound. And that is about it. I have not got any music out of these.
I had once cardboard speakers that use the same idea. Again for cardboard these sounded good but not for music.

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Re: Have you made DIY speakers?

Post by rewfew » 18 Jul 2019 16:17

I wouldn't consider them as anything more than a means of background music sound, computer, or for the workshop etc. But nothing to seriously contend with a good set of box speaker system. Sounded ok from the video though. Give them a try. Parts Express have all manner of exciter's and shakers, to shake your booty in the home theater. If that's ones idear of fun, or massage.
https://www.parts-express.com/cat/excit ... dules/3526
A few exciters and shakers could inspire you to hearken back to KC & his sunshine bands rendition of shake your booty.


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