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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We are working to restore service. No TV tuner card...? I realize that it adds expense, but it seems worth it considering that a lot of cable companies charge you monthly to rent their box. With my current company, I could go from $15/month for an HD box, to $2/month for a CableCARD - the $13/month I save means that this thing will eventually pay for itself, or at least for some of the premium streaming subscriptions I buy for it.
Plus, I can use my 360's Media Center Extender features to use it to watch digital channels and recorded TV downstairs, without having to pay for a second cable box - saving me another $15 every month. I know a lot of people build these specifically so that they can cancel their cable subscription, but if you plan on keeping it, you can get WAY more functionality out of this box with such a simple upgrade. EDIT: Another commenter pointed out that XBMC and CableCARD tuners don't play nicely together. Flagged Yup, this is a good point. Build a XBMC Media Center with a $35 Raspberry Pi. See the Actual Signal Strength on Your iPhone or Android.
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You'll need a soldering iron or a friend with one as well. Cut the wire so that when it is stuck in the connector as shown, the total length of both the brass tube and wire sticking out past the connector is 1.21". Get as close to this length as you can. When you've got your wire correctly sized, solder it into the connector keeping it as straight and upright as you can. Connect your antenna to your wireless card or access point To use your cantenna, you'll need a special cable commonly called a "Pig Tail". You'll want to have a wireless NIC or access point with an external antenna connector. Hook up your cable, point the antenna at a friend's, and see how far you can stretch you network. This antenna has linear polarization. For more information, check out these resources: Go to the Homebrew WiFi Antenna Shootout.
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What do you suggest as an alternative? Or are you just a shill for logitech? Wow, that's a little harsh. If you don't have $900, then you're not going to be able to put together the hardware necessary to build the wireless side of your five speaker system. $900 would get you the controllers, encoders and wireless for your five setup, but you would still need the speakers and amplifiers. The Logitech system would actually be cheaper. Bluetooth Headset Hack. Velcro + sugru mini cable tidy.