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Invisible Book Speakers

Invisible Book Speakers

Create a pair of speakers by recycling six old hardback books and a pair of speakers from a broken cd player. They will be unnoticeable on a bookshelf, cost virtually nothing, and sound pretty good.
1Tools and Material
You will need:
6-8 hard back books, about 1 1/4 inches thick each
2 speakers, 3 inches in diameter
glue
2 Preparing the Center Books
First, you need to figure out the basic internal layout of your speakers.Make the cavity a little wider than the speaker is, so you have some wiggle room. Draw the design of the speaker cavity on the book that will be in the middle.
3 Preparing the Outside Books
On the outside books, you can’t just saw strait through. Trace the shape of the cavity from the center book onto the cover of the outside book that will be touching the center book. Saw through the book, except for the outside cover.
4 Preparing the Inside of the Books
Near the spine of the books, where you cut out, there will still be a fairly thick layer of paper. This paper will block the sound if not removed. To remove it, fold the covers of the book out and together, and fasten them there so they do not get in the way.
5 Poking holes
There is still an unbroken layer of thin cardboard between the speaker and the outside. Using a safety pin, or something similar, poke lots of holes in the spine of the books.
6 Mounting the Speaker
Now the speaker needs to be fixed to the books. Start by fixing the speaker to the middle book. I did this with hot glue- lots of it. Be sure not to get the glue on the cone of the speaker.
7 Gluing the books together Cut a thin strip of paper out of one of the book, behind the cavity, for the wires to go out of. Spread a thin layer of glue between the covers of each book. Tightly clamp the books together, and leave them for a few hours.
8 More Speaker Gluing
Open the outside books, and put more glue on the speaker, fixing it even more tightly to the inside of the books. Paint a thin layer of glue on the inside of speaker cavity.
9 Finishing Touches
Drill a large hole in the back of the books and to the speaker cavity, and paint the inside of the hole with glue. Once it is dry, put the speakers on a bookshelf, plug them into your stereo, and enjoy

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