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  1. Dayton 3 Speaker Project

    I've always had a love for audio and woodworking so back in high school I decided to take advantage of both plus a soldering iron to build this "high end" pair on a budget. This particular speaker project is modeled after the "Dayton 3" project on Partsexpress.com. They are considered by many...
  2. Audio Workstation / Desk

    Finished up an audio workstation for a client who likes poplar (because of color variations). Designed to snugly fit his gear, it features an 8/4 breadboard top with an incomplete half lap x-base in a two-tone finish with an arm-r-seal topcoat.
  3. Wooden earphones

    I made a pair of wooden earphones. This was more of an experiment than a serious project. If you are interested how I made them check out my video of the build and my instructable I wrote about it: https://www.instructables.com/id/Wooden-Earphones/
  4. Bookshelf Speakers- Zaph Audio ZMV5

    My second pair of speakers. These are based on the Zaph Audio design. (for plans see www.zaphaudio.com/ZMV5.html) I was going for the best sound I could get in a sub $200 pair of speakers. These easily blow away speakers at 2-3 times the price. I modified the boxes from Zaph's design to curve...
  5. Mini Speaker Box

    This was my second go at building a small battery powered speaker enclosure. I used a 2.8 W amp board and LiPo charger/battery circuit from Adafruit. The two speakers on the front are Dayton 1-7/8" full range drivers that I got from Parts Express for about $5 each. The big baffle on the side is...
  6. Mission Style Recording Studio Workstation

    I needed a bigger desk for my composing, so I decided on this design. It's solid hickory except for the legs, which are laminated plywood with a hickory veneer, and the top and keyboard plate which are hickory veneered plywood. The construction features pinned through tenons. The top is...
  7. Desktop speaker stands for Audioengine A2 speakers

    This is a pair of speaker stands that a friend asked me to make as a holiday gift for someone. The first picture is the stands at home on my computer table, and the second picture is a sketchup model with the speakers. Unfortunately I don't have a real picture with the speakers. He gave me the...
  8. Powered iPod or iPhone Speaker

    This powered iPod/iPhone speaker is a mahogany cabinet with maple front and rear faces. I built in a holder for the iPod/iPhone into it, so it's easy to manage. I think my next one will have a dock connector, but those seem to be harder to source the hardware in order to put the components...
  9. Vase

    I was was playing around with cutting cove molding on the table saw… this is the final result… Again from recycled pallet wood
  10. Canary Wood Electronics Shelf

    September, 2009-After I finally got the big screen LCD TV hung on the wall, we needed a place for the electronics. My wife challenged me to make a nice covered shelf that would "float" on the wall without any visible supports. So, here it is. I used some left-over 3/4-inch cabinet grade...
  11. Audio Component Rack

    Of friend of mine came to me and asked if I could build him a small shelving unit for his audio equipment. After getting the details from him I simply asked, "why don't you just go buy something?" We, he said, everything I've seen is too expensive and more importantly too tall. You see, I want...
  12. Synergy Horn Loudspeakers..

    These are a set of horn loudspeakers I made based on the Danley Synergy horn concept. Each speaker has 4 8" woofers, 4 3" midranges, and 1 1" compression tweeter. The coverage angle is 60×60…. The cleanest, most detailed, dynamic speakers I've ever heard. Learned more about compound angles...
  13. Site Help and Suggestions
    Martin, There are several of us in wheelchairs that enjoy woodworking. But need advice on modifying equipment to our specific needs. Also a networking place to help us find machinery we can afford that is modifiable. Thank you for your attention to this. Rand
  14. Woodworking Skill Share
    I usually make mortises for table legs and door stiles by drilling out most of the waste with a brad point drill bit and then using a mortise chisel to take out the rest. But I sometimes have difficulty getting the sides clean. So for my current project I thought I'd use a plunge router and an...
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    Vape pen stand As an amputee I have intense phantom pain that only a relief vape can stop. If you lay them on their side all the juice pools on the side instead of at the base of the wick. The vape pens themselves have a small, tippy, footprint that easily falls over even if your hand is steady...
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  16. Blogs
    Audio Podcasting I have spent a little time thinking about Video and Audio Podcasting. I am Slightly Shy in both aspects of Video and Audio. But I have been working on this shiness by overcoming it in Video and Audio Podcast. I have decided that, As long as I get my point across, others...
  17. Blogs
    Wood Talk Online #67 I don't know how many folks are aware of our little audio podcast, Wood Talk Online, but I figured I would post it here at Lumberjocks once in a while. The show usually contains industry news, voicemails, sweet deals, community happenings, and a whole lot of "shop talk"...
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    A Rough Day Shooting Video It Ain't Always Easy… I have been pretty anxious to get out more video, especially after all the effort I have invested in the infrastructure for creating better videos. Well things did not go smooth for this video. I started out by setting a record for the number...
  19. Blogs
    Sound System for the Shop I have been reworking my shop lately. A large part of it was just cleaning out crap that was no longer used. Part of that crap was the sound system. It was an old FM tuner, record and cassette player someone had thrown out years ago. Quite frankly, it wasn't much good...
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