I’ve got a story for you guys.
I wanted one of those Bluetooth boomboxes, so I looked around in ships’n’shops and i thought “c’mon, those damn things look all the same, don’t they? And they are all plasticky-cheapo-asso! and darn expensive too…”
“SO WHAT DID YOU DO??? TELL US, TELL US PLEASE!!!!!”
Ok kids, i will tell you, BUT PROMISE you won’t tell anyone. I’ve built my own… come with me and i’ll show you how… shoosh…
K, now, srsly, i had one of these Toshiba Mini 3D Soundbars lying around:
Nice product, it actually sounds really good for the price and it packs 4 lil’spiakers and a Woof-Woof-Woofer for a total 90W RMS powah, beotches. Sweet. I endorse it. HARD.
Guess what? i hacked it apart. Meh.
Than what? then i got me a good old mini guitar amp and retrofitted the Bluetooth powered boobmox into it’s new bodeeeey baybe. Pics follow dawgs!
Well, was it easy? let’s see…
Numba ein: Taik teh interiors out, take all the measurements and think it over and over very hard… then rebuild a wooden support that will house the speakers.
The back should look like this:
So, are you still with me? here comes the fun part, G i – O – E l E c T r O aka fitting the fuc*ing electronics and soldering it all back in the overly-manly wooden box. such box.
And after all that soldering and toxic fume inhaling…
Almost forgot, now it has an analog 3,5 jack input, a Digital Optical input, a Digitl Coaxial and an L/R analog too. plus Bluetooth. kacheeng!
What else now, lemme see… ow, the “push it in, push it in real good” part:
Ack! placing the infrared sensor in the old input jack hole got me feeling dirrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrty:
Gotta tell you guys, took me some hours but well worth it:
and it has a remote! woah! well, a cheap one but woah anyway, mmmkay?
Gotta be honest, at the end of the day I am really satisfied by the new toy. Sounds good, looks good, just like me. AWWWWW YEEEAH!
Hack it guys, hack it hard! HACK IT GOOD!