Boombox from car stereo. Besta Published on April 2nd, 2013 | by Jules IKEAHacker Materials: BESTA Description: I drew the exact size of each component needed to create the boombox and I cut the door to accommodate the stereo, speakers and other components.
To power and customize the boombox I used the following items: 1) Car stereo 2) Speakers 3) Regulated Switching Power Supply 4) Toggle Switch 5) Volt meter 6) Cable grommet After connecting the wires I assembled the rest of the unit and fastened with screws and caps the door. Now the car stereo has become a boombox and I can listen music with tuner, cd player, usb and iPod dock in the house or wherever I want. ~ Stefano, Rome, Italy The Author Jules IKEAHacker "I am Jules, the engine behind IKEAHackers and the one who keeps this site up and running. TubeToTV Sends YouTube Videos from Chrome to XBMC.
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