Bluetooth Transmission Line Speaker - 3D Print Files
Digital file type(s): 1 ZIP
In this download pack, you'll get the files required to 3D print your own Bluetooth transmission line speaker. The speaker enclosure is designed to hold two Dayton Audio PC68-4 drivers and either an Arylic Up2Stream Amp V4 or a Fosi ZK-502T Bluetooth Amp module. The design pack includes components for either option.
You can find a full parts list and assembly guide on my blog - https://www.the-diy-life.com/3d-printed-bluetooth-transmission-line-speaker/
Amp Housing (both Arylic and Fosi options)
Amp Cover (both Arylic and Fosi options)
Left Speaker Housing
Right Speaker Housing
Handle (both Arylic and Fosi options)
Speaker Inner Cover Left
Speaker Inner Cover Right
Speaker Outer Cover Left
Speaker Outer Cover Right
Best Print Configuration:
Filament - PLA
Nozzle - 0.4mm
Layer Height - 0.2mm
Infill - 20%
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281 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
I'm just beginning learning and working with microcontrollers, so when I learned of a ticker display for my recent BTC interest, I didn't hesitate to order this kit. It arrived from Australia rather quickly, with all the parts and instructions to build and program this BTC ticker. Given the crazy prices these days, I was kind of shocked how reasonably this kit is priced, given that overseas shipping was included. Kudos to Michael Klements for a fine kit at a very reasonable price! I sent him some questions via ETSY and he responded quickly, which was greatly appreciated. Finding great value at fair pricing is almost unheard of, but this is a great deal if you have interest in soldering, assembling, and programming this device. It's a solid design with clear instructions. You'll need a solder iron and perhaps a small pliers.
Fantastic quality! I had a blast putting it together, and the seller is a really nice guy. I'm super happy with my purchase, truly the ultimate Pi 4 tower case with SSD space. The panels look amazing with the LED Tower Fan! The stats screen is marvelous, it's very helpful. I'm about to set it up! And yes, if you live in the USA, it will take quite the minute to arrive, but totally worth it! 🔥
Overall assembeling went semi smooth. Only the holder of the display was a challange but using the right tool and patience made it work! applying the side panels was also a bit harder, but by first screwing withoud the acrlic and then with made it easier! The rasberrypi logo and reverse port layout really worked out easy and i love how it looks! I added this a NeoPixel ring 16 led 5050 (cool white). You do need to solder and need additional dupont cables (female to any is ok) and using the rpi-ws281x lib and then running the test. The GPIO pins used for the ring are: 6 (any ground) 1 (any 3v3) and 12 (GPIO 18 (PCM Clock)). Overall this was a fun dyi project (first for me) and was relatively easy especially with the video and up-to-date documentation!
Good item at a good price. It fit my Raspberry Pi 4 no problem. The material is good, and so is the fit and functionality. I now have a nice little desktop system. The shipping, though... More than a month, but it was shipped from Australia to the US, so I shouldn't complain. Worth the price. Worth the wait.
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