Make a Homemade Speaker?

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To make a homemade speaker, find a round object, take a smaller piece of paper and wrap it then wet art paper and apply 3 wraps on top of the paper and then cut any excess sticks out and let it dry. Then, glue the cylinder to the centre of a Styrofoam plate and then warp the enamel coated magnet around the cylinder and put some glue on it. Afterwards, take a magnet and attach it and finally take two ends of the wire and remove the enamel from the last inch or two using the sandpaper.
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How to Build a Homemade Speaker
In an engineering class, you will do this project as an example of electromagnetism. The homemade speakers can be used for any purpose.... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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1. Find a round object slightly larger the diameter of the magnet. Take a small piece of paper and wrap around it so the tape in the next part doesn't stick. Wet the art tape and
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Yes, YouTube is a good place to see how-to videos on this. I do this for a living. The basic way to build a speaker (2 is best for stereo sound) is to simply build a box out of wood
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If speaker systems have Amplifier (home made) Then you just combine their inputs so that. ground. couples with ground and signal input wires attached to the input wires or with connector
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