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Case Mod - In Progress Project: Fire Sound System

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Strannik, 12 Oct 2008.

  1. Strannik

    Strannik New Member

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    Hello bit-tech readers!

    Project to change the fire extinguishers in stereo-sound system.
    This is joking project, but system is working and replaces a sound system in my computer.

    PS I'm from Russia and my English is not so good.

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  2. Dark~3nergy

    Dark~3nergy what was dat sandvich ?

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    WOW !! that's amazing !!
    Now I want to make some custom speakers too :D
     
  3. Burnout21

    Burnout21 Is the daddy!

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    awesome, love the mod!
     
  4. LockmanX

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    Looks great. Simple and very cool.
     
  5. gar

    gar Active Member

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    Man thats very original! congratulations. You much be cuffed. Did you amke the amp from your own components? Whats the sound like?
     
  6. ModMinded

    ModMinded Are you throwing that away?

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    Very well done! Great job on the idea and the followup (and thanks for the excellent pics.)
    Did you make the stereo components (ie amp, control box) from scratch, or did you take apart an existing speaker system? Can you explain more of what's in the box, please?

    I like how you added the fire logo to the extinguishers. it would have been cool to have the original labels still on, but I like the new logo as well!
     
  7. twentynine

    twentynine Can never win...

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    Woah. Very nice! I'm guessing they sound pretty dang good.
     
  8. modgodtanvir

    modgodtanvir Prepare - for Mortal Bumbat!

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    Awesome dude :rock:

    Those would look very good in my living room :p
     
  9. jhanlon303

    jhanlon303 The Keeper of History

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    Nice idea and very nice work. +1 for original idea.
     
  10. IvanIvanovich

    IvanIvanovich будет глотать вашу душу.

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    very cool. i too am curious to how it sounds, does it have a noticeable metallic tone?
     
  11. bigsharn

    bigsharn Officially demotivated

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    looks awesome... and so professional :jawdrop:
     
  12. Strannik

    Strannik New Member

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    Thank for comments :)

    Amplifier from a set of components and printed circuit board. Needed only gather :dremel: In the box located power unit and amplifier. Metallic tone is absent. It possible because of inside located soundproofing. The system sounds good for the computer system, but lacks the subwoofer.
    Sorry if I did not understand the question, it is difficult to speak a foreign language. :rolleyes:
     
  13. AFX

    AFX "Bling" Silver Mountain 2

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    Nice job!
     
  14. Reverse

    Reverse Reverse/srvR

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    Sweet speakers!
     
  15. led_zeppelinzoso

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    nice at simpel! you did a great job. good inspiration :D
     
  17. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    :rock: Heavy metal speakers.:D The old instructions were cool too. It is too bad you could not use them.
     
  18. E.E.L. Ambiense

    E.E.L. Ambiense Acrylic Heretic

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    I thought that too, Cheaps. Cool retro labeling.

    Nice execution too. Only thing I would question is whether those drivers are in need of a certain enclosure size for tuning purposes, or ported, etc.

    Edit: Also, I believe it states in the rules that a project log must be a computer.
     
  19. Oboema

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    Nice looking,

    These speakers do remember me of the latest B&W signatures B&W

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  20. x06jsp

    x06jsp da ginger monkey!!!!

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    Awesome how do they sound??

    Josh
     
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