Hardware hacker and designer, turning-trash-into-something-useful'er, mostly electronics and especially audio stuff
This user joined on 03/18/2015.
A disc grinder used for sharpening knifes, built from laminat board and the motor from a bread cutter. youtube.com/watch?v=wmuNwFJvjFE
How about hanging a TFT TV on the wall like a picture? And how about using a bicycle chain as string?
Why? because I can. Youtube is full of these, and I couldn't resist adding my design thoughts on the topic. youtube.com/watch?v=hifZqQxGknc
A old women's handbag from the flea market was turned into a cover for my asus nexus tablet. The cover allows standing position and a integrated magnet brings the tablet into standby and back.
A 15'' TFT with broken case from the trash, some oak wood and paint, hacked together on a boring weekend, gave me this monitor which I am still using today as second screen.
made from a classical TDA2030 amp, powerful bass drivers from former east Germany, random mid- and hi-tone speakers and a lot of junk. Sound is excellent and pretty loud for "only" 10W RMS.
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