Transforming dead earbuds into POWERFUL wireless speakers 

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Broken Galaxy Buds (ebay): ebay.us/ehwwHX
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2" subwoofer and radiator: geni.us/SoundImports-PR08
2" mid/treble unit: geni.us/SoundImports-TEBM35
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DIY Perks
DIY Perks 2 yıl önce
Hey everyone, I've FINALLY finished the additional tips-and-tricks guide to go along with my dual-stereo speaker project. In it you can find full details of the crossover & smoothing circuitry, dimensions and cutouts (CNC files and also a square version that's easier to build), and extra info about some cool bluetooth receiver boards that work as a stereo pair if you don't want to go with ear buds. Enjoy! www.patreon.com/posts/dual-stereo-52451164
Matthieu DEQUEKER 2 yıl önce
Hey! On galaxy buds + there are 2 speakers on each side. Is there any chance it is one for bass and one for treeble? I think I will try to connect amplifiers on separate channels.
Jonathan Locklair
Jonathan Locklair 2 yıl önce
Many thanks!
S. Ryan Harmony
S. Ryan Harmony 2 yıl önce
How long do the battery last tho 🤔
N. Jay
N. Jay 2 yıl önce
Hey, beautiful end result! Seriously one of the coolest DIYs I have ever seen. Do you have any input on how to modify to add a charging port, rather than removing the 18650s?
Paul Probus Jr.
Paul Probus Jr. 2 yıl önce
Wow! Thank you for this. The additional time take to research this was well worth it.
GFXMentor 2 yıl önce
Loads of respect for your attention to details. Hats off 😍
t kermi
t kermi 2 yıl önce
Yes, really neat work. Though I would have included a USB power port for charging. Then put a small and cheap (~$5) 3 cell balance charger inside the speaker (and of course a 1 cell charger as well). Would be much more practical and added cost would be under $10 / speaker.
Zalmay Pashteen
Zalmay Pashteen 2 yıl önce
Sir aap yaha 😍😍
Joseph DiGiovanni
Joseph DiGiovanni 2 yıl önce
except he forgot the detail where you can't pair them anymore now that they don't fit in a case lol
AliTkhan 2 yıl önce
Aray sir app idar kaisay :D
iWin Rar
iWin Rar 2 yıl önce
@t kermi how does one charge a cell
Engineering Garage
I was waiting for him to say, “But how do they sound? Well you’ll be surprised to know you’ve been listening to them throughout this entire video. I have to say the quality is splendid.” Then I remembered that doesn’t makes sense unless he was building a microphone.
Bear Grylls
Bear Grylls Yıl önce
It would work if he played the voiceover through the speakers and recorder it again :D
Joe Dan Hirst
Joe Dan Hirst Yıl önce
Yeah that would've been great. And technically that could still work as all speakers can be mics if the inputs and outputs are reversed but with the wireless feature from Samsung I'm not sure if that would actually work and could damage the system haha
Dayan Siddiqui
Dayan Siddiqui Yıl önce
But how do they sound? well, you'll be surprised to learn that i broke into your home last night and replaced your normal speakers with these, so you've been listening to them throughout the video. I think the sound quality is splendid, wouldnt you agree?
Joao Tiago Brandao
He recorded his voice, played it onthe speakers and recorded that duh
Sprite Yıl önce
“But how do they sound? Well you’ll be surprised to know you’ve been listening to them throughout this entire video" how is this possible? you may ask well you'll be suprised to know that i have broken into your house and have been right behind you for the entire video
Mark Freeman
Mark Freeman Yıl önce
This might be the most chill tech channel out there. So calming. So satisfying.
Ricardo Benavides
Ricardo Benavides 3 aylar önce
Ok cool
professornuke 3 aylar önce
You might like Clickspring, as he builds his replica of the Antikythera Device. Similar aesthetic.
Mark Freeman
Mark Freeman 3 aylar önce
@professornuke thanks will try to remember to have a look.
Rob Yıl önce
Fantastic, they certainly look and sound incredible the only thing I would do differently is to have a usb charging system fitted so that you don't have to remove the batteries each time to recharge them
Jorge Flores
Jorge Flores Yıl önce
This should be the top comment.
Prasun Yıl önce
So should I wire in a laptop battery charging Input plugs into each speaker to charge those batteries? Is that enough or am I missing something
h73 Yıl önce
Also the aux in and a power supply connector for more versatility.
A B Yıl önce
My thoughts exactly
Darcy Lynch
Darcy Lynch Yıl önce
or go even further and use wireless charging
ID10T 10 aylar önce
its crazy how they actually have a wider range of sound than the bose while still having good volume and clarity
Lars Assinck
Lars Assinck Yıl önce
This inspired me to build something myself. I used an amplifier from an old surround sound system, bought some drivers and some wood. I'm really proud of the end result and the sound
SURAJ PATEL 7 aylar önce
Mu blutooth device has a button which needs to be pressed after the battery is connected to turn it on. I am unable to turn it on simply by connecting external battery.
gonk 5 aylar önce
build anything and everything you can that shits cool
Timmy376 2 yıl önce
The real question is when is he going to start his own line of electronics? Because all the stuff he makes is beautiful.
Prerna Soni
Prerna Soni 2 yıl önce
Yes me too awaited for this
Lego Minifig
Lego Minifig 2 yıl önce
Would love to see him make a design line that could be outsourced, even if they are just limited runs. Everything he makes is so elegant. Could easily see the things he designs appear on sites like drop
Abhinav 2 yıl önce
Genius Idea! If He Started A Company, He Could Get More Videos Out And Without Ads!
Agent Joe
Agent Joe 2 yıl önce
That would be $3000 for each set of wireless speaker
ManyTrickPony 2 yıl önce
The name of the channel is DIYPerks... right? Roll the dice and try to do it yourself. It'll feel more significant.
Keith Bowman
Keith Bowman 3 aylar önce
I discovered your channel recently, and I'm so impressed by it. Your projects are well planned, and I really appreciate that you make them in such a way that even a caveman like me could make them. I'm looking forward to watching all of your other videos and hopefully making one of them someday. Thank you for all of your hard work!
Ярослав Вершинин
The design and execution are perfect as usual. I'd change a few things, though: 1. Charging and power delivery method is a bit cumbersome - I'd go with a BMS, type-c and galvanic isolation. Sure, a bit more costly, but less hassle with charging 18650's separately. 2. Hard pointy feet may give a bit of a rattle on high base. And they're scratchy as well. But, they look really cool - cant argue with that) Thanks for yet another portion of inspiration!
Sheppard Yıl önce
electric tape?
Tactless Tortoise
Tactless Tortoise 5 aylar önce
@Sheppard You could probably also dip the absolute tips of the feet on some rubbery black plastic glue or paint, like "fingernails". Just enough to give it a bit of padding, and if you make it very carefully, still aesthetically pleasing.
Jumbo John
Jumbo John 5 aylar önce
this is freaking amazing! I will definitely be making this soon! thank you for all the guides and your ingenuity!
Panagiotis Yıl önce
You are very right to mention the importance of the stereo effect to the listening experience. I've been experimenting with a pair of aiwa midrange drivers for quite a while. When I brought them close together (not in an enclosure or anything), they didn't sound like much. But when I placed them far apart and properly pointed them at my ears, the result sounded MAGICAL. Not only was it louder, but the details were clearly audible - NOTHING like before. That's why I decided to make my single unit bluetooth speaker project a bit more unique, and allow it to split so that you can place the speaker drivers far apart for an awesome listening experience, but also whenever you want to, you can join the drivers back together so that you don't sacrifice any of the convenience and portability single unit speakers offer.
OP Feejer
OP Feejer 3 aylar önce
Amazing build, as always. I agree with others that the battery charging is clunky and annoying, and I would look into implementing some of the suggestions for bypassing that. The other thing that struck me was that Matt didn't put any dampening material inside the cabinets before he sealed them up. He did that in a different video and he emphasized the importance of it. Something like rock wool or home insulation would do the trick.
Tyrus H
Tyrus H 2 yıl önce
This man is the perfect mix of actually making cool things without having to learn how to build all you own stuff and then getting utterly overwhelmed when you relise you only have one brain cell.
thegreatsawyer 2 yıl önce
I got all the materials for the mushroom lights then realized I suck at soldering and don't have anything to hold the wires.
Matt N/A
Matt N/A 2 yıl önce
@thegreatsawyer I use to have the same problem. I'm still not professional but having the right tools helps.
FlashPaperGrind #
FlashPaperGrind # 2 yıl önce
@LoneCzar yup, seconded! That toolkit is beyond helpful and definitely worth the money.
Rodrigo Godoy Valenzuela
You actually need a bit of practice in everything he does.
Steve Struthers
Steve Struthers Yıl önce
Love the design of the speakers. Beautifully finished and lovely aesthetics, too. Nice work!
not manatee
not manatee Aylar önce
They sound excellent for stereo speakers made out of Bluetooth headphones,and this should be a product for anyone to buy because they look nice,and they sound great!
FullSendMarine Darwin
FullSendMarine Darwin 3 aylar önce
Never seen "passive component" active Xover before, pretty cool. Almost feel like a 2ch DSP might be easier to get it dialed in
Cpt.AirWolf Yıl önce
This channel could quite literally have a museum of amazing DIY products. They are of such high quality.
Purpose in Presence
Why can't companies make products this good? props to you for making this amazing audio tech without sounding like a audiophile snob at all.
Sanket Manna
Sanket Manna Yıl önce
They do, in their premium line up. But as they tend to make a high margin of profit, you won't be getting them at this price range. That's the beauty of diy, if you know what you're doing, you are basically getting customized quality product at much cheaper price.
Florian Hirsch
Florian Hirsch Yıl önce
@Sanket Manna sorry but thats bs. Look up how much just the Material used cost. Per subwoofer 75€. Speakers 12€, earbuds about 10€, amplifier 10€. He didnt put the circuits in the description so we have to pay for his Patreon but nvm that. Just the electrics you are at about 200€ without the circuit. Missing the wood, the fabric, speaker feet and all the machines he needed to cut everything For just 300€ you can buy a JBL Partybox 300. Look it up. DIY is often way more expensive than buying
I'm a Binary Code
@Sanket Manna DIY is more expensive. It’s just for satisfaction
nico schroeder
nico schroeder Yıl önce
@Florian Hirsch florian... Wo bekomm ich bitte für 300 bucks ne jbl 300? 😂😂😂
Florian Hirsch
Florian Hirsch Yıl önce
@nico schroeder hm schade 😀 Haben 2018 unsere für 300 gekauft
Marc Gyver
Marc Gyver 7 aylar önce
My computer setup runs through a receiver with some large speakers and a sub. I can reproduce the sound quite well, and the difference between the two was extremely noticeable. And quite good on your speakers. Well done.
Naved Ahmed
Naved Ahmed 9 aylar önce
Wow! That really was quite spectacular! Especially the aesthetics! Only think I maybe want to improve is to introduce wireless charging docks., removing the backpanel and charging seems awfully difficult to do on the fly.
Ian Vicedomini
Ian Vicedomini 11 aylar önce
Very nice. I've built two Bluetooth speaker systems. The first one was just a try to see if I could achieve what I wanted. The second one I decided had to be more practical and be able to sit anywhere plus with it being rechargeable too means it can go anywhere too. Great video matt 👍🏼👍🏼👌
Piyu Sarkar
Piyu Sarkar Yıl önce
This looks so good, I'm sure people will pay a lot if this was on the shelves of some premium brands
MrTmax 4 aylar önce
Phenomenal job. The satisfaction you get from doing these projects must be amazing.
Proph1Y3 2 yıl önce
How you turn broken electronics and some random parts into beautiful products is absolute wizardry.
Raychii 2 yıl önce
But still if you have moony to buy apple hearbud you have the money for great speaker.
Aricana Managwan Pad8gi
IKR? Just wow
tiramisu 2 yıl önce
@Raychii airpods aren’t too much more expensive than other wireless earbuds. And this is meant for dead ones bought online or old ones that you own.
High Frequency EDM
its a very wasteful world so I'm very glad there's people like you in the world recycling things to the max. keep up the amazing work 🥰🥰
Alan Robertson
Alan Robertson Yıl önce
Wow, the attention to detail and quality of finish is just stunning!
Cribz Yıl önce
The flawless craftmanship and ingenious ideas is what makes this channel my favorite.
Musical Prithwi
Musical Prithwi 7 aylar önce
Considering the fact that he was comparing his speakers with a Bose speaker, and them still sounding far good, that's hella impressive
Mr. Billiards
Mr. Billiards Yıl önce
No matter how many times I watch your video I always are astonished how brilliant you are!!! Keep doing such amazing projects like this!
The Motorhino
The Motorhino 2 yıl önce
2 minutes in: I'm totally doing this. 5 minutes in: I'm totally just going to buy some.
YungDub 2 yıl önce
The cost of the wood itself would probably be more than the headphones. Lol
DestinedFilms 2 yıl önce
True but would it be more than the speaker 🤔
YungDub 2 yıl önce
@DestinedFilms who knows, the way prices are going rn, wood might be as valuable as gold
icantsee 2 yıl önce
If you have a job you might be able to earn how much a good speaker costs in the time you spend on this thing. Time is money 💲
star2gates 2 yıl önce
Don't buy random broken ones. If you get the exact ones he mentions and they turn out to be not paired to each other they would be useless for this. There is no way to pair them to each other.
WFX_Malice 9 aylar önce
Another awesome project. For those wanting to make this, do your research as some wireless ear buds don't connect directly to the phone for Bluetooth, they connect to the charging case and the charging case connect to your phone.
Ozzy3333333 Yıl önce
If you chosen a sealed back tweeter, you didn't have to add the divider in the box, effectively making the volume of the box quite a bit larger = more bass, and them tiny speakers could use it.
Kevin Johnson
Kevin Johnson 4 aylar önce
Really good video ,love your design however the spiked feet look good but would scratch wood and most other surface types.
great build, and beautiful design! thoroughly enjoyed it!
Dennis Jassmann
Dennis Jassmann 6 aylar önce
I would have loved to see an RCA Jack on these to be able to use them as proper desk speakers, as they damn well look and most importantly sound more than good enough to be desktop speakers. Well done!
reconr7 2 yıl önce
Man, I'm amazed and mad jealous about how productive and creative this guy is I mean, he literally made his own hobbit house in his backyard
Henrique Martelli
Henrique Martelli 9 aylar önce
I love your ideias, man. They've got an absolutely beautiful design and sound quality. Even without headphones we can distinguish the sound quality difference between both speakers.
Allen Morrison
Allen Morrison Yıl önce
I'm really impressed that the original Samsung galaxy buds stayed synchronized at that distance apart. My Galaxy buds pro have issues staying synched even when in my ears. Well done on the tweaking of the frequency response.
Detlef Schrempf
Detlef Schrempf 4 aylar önce
This is a fantastic DIY project! And it is very well explained. The only critical note I have is that you should not use electrolytic capacitors for your filters. There are good bipolar capacitors that will live longer in this type of configuration.
Charging Ox
Charging Ox 7 aylar önce
Pretty much Genius in any build guide! Love All your builds! I have a couple Lg flat Tv speakers from one broken Tv that I want to pretty much do this same thing. Though I am still undecided on the design as they are like a box 23 x 12 x 3 cm box shape. Both of them have double speakers inside and are definitely loud as I recall from when the TV was still working. One thing I wanted to note about the metal pegs in this video, they might be more rounded as being too sharp can scratch on desk with the vibrations from the speakers and leave some scuff marks. ❤❤👏👏 overall they are the best damn thing I've ever seen, as you said even better than commercial ones. Could be better with an internal USB Charging module, but after seing your other videos, people may definitely be able to implement that here as this was a mere concept.
Eight 5 aylar önce
the skills you have are super cool, and I love the way you structure the videos you make.
Stuff I Have
Stuff I Have 2 yıl önce
The electronics themselves really aren’t special. But the way he manages to makes his projects LOOK so nice is on another level.
TheRailroad99 2 yıl önce
it comes down to skill, experience and craftsmanship. My grandpa can detect thicknesses with the accuracy of 10 micrometers with his bare hand. That's what happens if you are a craftsman for many decades.
Alex C
Alex C 2 yıl önce
The cool thing about the electronics is the fact that you can reuse them, which you probably didn't think of until he posted this.
SirDella 2 yıl önce
@Alex C Yeah, I wouldn't have thought about this, I thought these earbuds were not tinkerer friendly
Noah Luppe
Noah Luppe 2 yıl önce
@Alex C I bet it's nearly impossible to repair, as it's so small scale. But if you can connect to larger scale components, it's pretty easy to get parts for it.
Dilson Pereira Adriano
Fantástico, muito bom!
IcanCwhatUsay 13 gün önce
Love the aesthetic! Whats was the overall cost to build this?
Gene Redwine
Gene Redwine Yıl önce
Whoa! Great sound beautiful bass. Overall cleaner, sharper, just plain better sounding than the comparison model and many many dollars less costly. Impressive indeed. Definitly will be building several sets to cover every room in my apartment.
Alayah Bartlett
Alayah Bartlett Yıl önce
I would so buy these! They are absolutely beautiful. Nice work.
Isaac Tanner
Isaac Tanner 5 aylar önce
A high frequency speaker could be implemented like a piezzo electric tweeter or a biaxial speaker that includes it....I noticed a little lack of treble !! Fantastic execution of the project !!!
Leopold Whylie
Leopold Whylie 2 yıl önce
This guy is the DIY/engineer version of Bob Ross. Makes it look and sound absolutely easy until your novice self tries it. Eventually, you'll get it but make no mistake, he's a professional at a lot of things.
Hellsong89 2 yıl önce
Yeap, i have the skills to do it physically, but lack the knowledge of fitting many of his tutorials to parts i have in hand, like laptop webcam standalone security camera. Got it working but probably due using HP laptop camera, there was no drivers and finding them become bit of a roadblock. I mean camera goes on, but just shows black screen. I still havent given up since i have multiple such cameras around, just need to test suitable one that works for me in future.
Wanou_ 2 yıl önce
« We don’t make mistakes, we have happy accidents » -Bob Ross, The Joy of Painting
sage 2 yıl önce
There's no denying this guy is a genius, but a lot of the stuff he does is pretty simple stuff that is accessible to most of us (otherwise it wouldn't really be DIY-friendly). It's just a matter of doing it, really. The hard part, I think, is doing it as well as him!
Raouf Ghojoghi
Raouf Ghojoghi 2 yıl önce
The perfect statement!!!!
Johanne Karl Reyes
Johanne Karl Reyes 2 yıl önce
he is not doing it alone fyi, he has team helping him.
prof. Panda
prof. Panda Yıl önce
Great work! I would like to see the same principle applied to make a soundbar
AllenSmartIK Yıl önce
love to watch what comes out in the end everytime! but again every single time i have this question in my mind that scrapes my curiosity: WHATS THE ESTIMATED TOTAL COST OF THE PROJECT?!!? it obviously both gives so much info for doers and is also kinda catchy for new viewers: make your 300$ speakers for just under 100 bucks (or something similar). so yeah, thanks man, keeps up!
Максим Осминин
I once had the idea of using the stuffing of such headphones to build a portable speaker that splits into two for better stereo.
Steven Kantrowitz
Honestly these sound super cool, but I think I'd personally prefer a way to charge them with a USB-C wire plugged in through the back. Maybe something like this could be achieved by using a rechargeable battery pack connected to a USB-C port? Either way, it's a fantastic looking (and sounding) build as usual. Would love to see a set up with these, your table-PC + hidden monitor, that DIY microphone, and other gadgets and related accessories. I really love your work!
Blox117 7 aylar önce
the li ion cells need to be unprotected and connected in series with a separate 3S BMS.
KayleeVRC 5 aylar önce
You need a bms when charging, you can't charge them directly as it can overcharge them
Vince Styles
Vince Styles Yıl önce
Absolutely beautiful looking speakers I’d love to actually hear them. I wish I could buy a pair from you.
TRUST IN YAH 10 aylar önce
Don’t lose sight on the Kingdom of God 🏞️ all that is in the world is soon coming to an end. Seek God whilst He may be found. Jesus saves ✝️🙏
Whaddif 2 yıl önce
I don’t know what’s better, the quality of his videos or the quality of the speakers.
Miki Safe
Miki Safe 2 yıl önce
egboj20 2 yıl önce
Or his voice
Miki Safe
Miki Safe 2 yıl önce
@egboj20 😆 yes
Ujwal Kumar B
Ujwal Kumar B 2 yıl önce
It's your comment
Xiran 2 yıl önce
Neither. Lmao only joke
Evan Luedtke
Evan Luedtke Yıl önce
I have been creating an improved version of this project with one internal, rechargeable battery pack for my high school capstone engineering project. The whole point of the project is to learn something along the way, but I sunk almost $300 in the project and that is after certain materials were provided from my school. Love the idea and I have learned so many new skills along the way, but if you’re looking simply to have a nice sounding pair of speakers I would definitely buy some instead of going DIY.
Alex Dyke
Alex Dyke Yıl önce
What? A voice of reason on a DIY channel? Get outta here!
Anon Ymous
Anon Ymous Yıl önce
Would you mind a noob question? :) How did you get it to work with a single rechargable battery pack? The devices I found are both 3.7V, but the ground loop noise mentioned in the video is concerning.
And Chips
And Chips Yıl önce
@Anon Ymous He used two voltage sources (see 9:51) 12v for the amp and 4v for the ear bubs, or you could use an isolated DC to DC converter which "isolates" the grounds, coupled with a buck converter, or boost converter (from a single 18650) if you want to be able to charge the whole thing from USB.
da1ve468 low e.t.'s
da1ve468 low e.t.'s 8 aylar önce
@And Chips digital DC to DC converters introduce MAJOR noise into audio systems, especially a small system like this. Analog regulators are more inefficient, but sound much better.
And Chips
And Chips 8 aylar önce
@da1ve468 low e.t.'s Very true. How would you design the circuit with an analog regulator if you required the ground to be separate and using one single power source?
מוטי שיוביץ
It's amazing how you can find cheap laptop mics and other sound-related electronics that usually sound like garbage and hook them up to sound amazing
Noah Echo
Noah Echo 9 aylar önce
The speakers being stereo compared to mono is def an improvement. However, the bose speaker is way clearer in the top freq range and has in general a better sound. But this is amazing considering it's DIY, and the speakers look beautiful.
Scott Bitz
Scott Bitz 8 aylar önce
Yeah, I'm guessing this would require adding a more complex eq or a tweeter to really get that high-frequency sparkle.
Noah Echo
Noah Echo 8 aylar önce
@Scott Bitz Agree. But overall amazing DIY wireless speaker
Dukefazon 3 aylar önce
Amazing job on building the enclosure and everything! I have 2 little issues here. How do you pair your device? Most of these earbuds rely on their charging enclosure to pair, there's a button on them. The other issue is that these earbuds have sensors to sense if they are in the ear or not (at least the Apple ones does), what do you do about them? Is it possible to add some ports to charge the batteries with just a USB cable?
t mus
t mus 7 aylar önce
Thanks DIY Perks, am going to try this on a slightly larger scale & also am going to take a slightly different approach and enter a cheat code and buy some used premade speakers & convert them into portable powered wireless speakers. My aim being to replicate the likes of the JBL 310s for a fraction of the cost.
Robin R
Robin R 2 yıl önce
You should do a house tour showing all the stuff youve made over the years. Would be interesting
Mr.Funplayer 2 yıl önce
he has done a studio tour a year ago
Prameya Mohanty
Prameya Mohanty 2 yıl önce
It's already there
TechArtEra 2 yıl önce
Yeah 😊
M.AzadarHussain 2 yıl önce
That would be great
Robin R
Robin R 2 yıl önce
@Mr.Funplayer im aware, its just been over a year now ^^
mario sellet
mario sellet Yıl önce
Looks simple enough to watch you make them. Sounds awesome!
Tony Pogi
Tony Pogi Yıl önce
Watching every project here amazes me. So I think it's time for me to try this one out. Thanks for every DIY video you are sharing, really helpful.
Julian Perez
Julian Perez Yıl önce
This is an awesome video and it really exposes how bad manufacturers suck at engineering stuff like this. If you use lower resistor values on the high-pass, could you get some louder mids/highs?
Honda Yamaha
Honda Yamaha Yıl önce
This does not beat competition. This is now the competition. One of the cleanest Bluetooth and truly wireless stereo as well.
Amy or Ramon Peralta
Amy or Ramon Peralta 9 aylar önce
Hi Matt! I feel compelled to say 2 things: 1.) I absolutely LOVE your videos! You have such a way of explaining the technical aspects of your project so that even people without the technical knowledge can understand. Your Ideas are amazing and I'm always looking forward to what you think of next. and 2.) You bear a striking resemblance to Alfie Allen who played Theon Greyjoy in Game of Thrones! Hope that comes across as a compliment! Keep doing what you do sir!
chrispysaid 2 yıl önce
He's talking to me like I'm a child but he's saying things as if I was an engineer.
Owen Abel
Owen Abel 2 yıl önce
Acenio 2 yıl önce
Engineers are children with expensive toys
Cris Sto
Cris Sto 2 yıl önce
@Acenio i like my toys
hacksick 2 yıl önce
@Cris Sto thats sign of a good teacher
NotAgro 2 yıl önce
Ortwein International
Ortwein International 9 aylar önce
Absolutely amazing results!! Well done. Now I need to design something for my dead Airpods. :-)
David Fabry
David Fabry 7 aylar önce
What a nice channel, no screams, no ugly music, nice, really nice, and wonderful ideas !!
Vladimir Putin
Vladimir Putin Yıl önce
Your creativity, rounded knowledge and attention to detail is several many levels above home built average. I can't recall a single time in which I observed you to produce anything short of high quality functional and professional looking, highly inspirational...
Colin B
Colin B Yıl önce
Great job - they look and sound excellent!
sc1petrol 5 aylar önce
Onboard charging facility would be a huge improvement in my humble opinion.
Stephen S.
Stephen S. 2 yıl önce
I'm an engineer. You should be running a top consumer electronics design firm. The combination of utility and aesthetic in your designs is absolutely incredible.
Byron A.
Byron A. 2 yıl önce
right???? amazing!!
Era 2 yıl önce
The styling/design would cost so much time in labor cost. If you want to make it cheap / more profit then the innards is the thing would be the sacrifice.
Skorp Yıl önce
(I'm an engineer)
onee Yıl önce
How is you being an engineer relevant to your comment? 😂😂😂
Skorp Yıl önce
@onee This is the internet. Some people know this stuff (I'm an engineer)
NeedsMoreBirds 6 aylar önce
The speakers you built really put that Bose speaker to shame! Nice work. Looks like I’ll have to give this a try if I ever end up with a pair of wireless earbuds.
Gianluca Daniele Di Maggio
Not really surprising, it cost 200€ to make and unlike the Bose, they're actually stereo speakers. Although in my opinion, neither was that good, both speakers had their problems, I would not get either of them.
TurboBass 6 aylar önce
You can also then use your digital equalizer in the Samsung app to get specific sounds.
The Backseat Gamer
The Backseat Gamer 8 aylar önce
The Bose speaker sounds crispier than the DIY but for it to hold close, it's a good project. Kinda annoying to have to pull out 8 batteries to recharge. There are Multi-Cell USB Lithium chargers for the cheap to achieve the same battery setup you have. Then add two step down modules to split the main voltage into 12v and 4v. This method is almost the same amount of work when you soldered the lines for the 12v and 4v batteries but saves time to screw/unscrew the back to remove the batteries and then charge it separately if all of it could just be plugged in a USB charger.
Andrew White
Andrew White Yıl önce
I do a lot of custom automotive work and I think I could put the electronics in a small waterproof box and use the audio outputs from the onboard amp to a larger one to make a head unit that can power a car stereo system that is not only waterproof but easy to hide in order to keep a clean look
Manuel Gonzalez
Manuel Gonzalez Yıl önce
Fantastic, as are all your videos. I’m a huge fan of your work. Do you suppose this can be done with a pair of AirPods? There are other controls and sensors and such. I’d love the simplicity of just working within my apple ecosystem.
LOCKEY 2 yıl önce
I love how thoughtful you are to viewers without access to high end tools. That’s helpful and classy
John M.
John M. 2 yıl önce
i hate the videos that are like "first lets head to the lathe... now with those made here are the files for our CNC machine... then onto a mill... and finally youll need one of these _____ (item that hasnt been sold in the last 5 years) and ta-da you have something that took you 3 weeks to make instead of buying the same thing for $30"
Robert Escucharo Jr
Robert Escucharo Jr 11 aylar önce
Recently watching some of your amazing do it yourself invention I must say it got me interested of how you do things, all those cool projects you have finish, thanks to you I gain more idea how to do things and hoping to do so on my own more power to your page and hope to see more interesting and amazing ideas you will create.
Jonas Linde
Jonas Linde Yıl önce
Thank you very much for the idea. I used it to drive two outdoor Speakers by soldering an Aux cable to the output of every Earbud. Now I can use them for any set of Speakers, that have any form of audio input. The electronics even fit back into the casings, with the cables for sound coming out of the bottom. This additionally allows me to use the Buttons on top of the Earbuds.
Guitar Fumar
Guitar Fumar 8 aylar önce
Proof or it doesn’t exist.
M P 9 aylar önce
Awesome design, splendid technical work! Lower frequencies are better on the diy one but, the bose sounds much better when it comes to mids and treble.
The 3rd Kind
The 3rd Kind 9 aylar önce
Noooo! That Bose unit is screeching the highs out 🙂
Martín F. Molina
Martín F. Molina 7 aylar önce
@The 3rd Kind and it's compressed and normalized to hell and back
Nick Blake
Nick Blake Yıl önce
was amazing!... but i will say having to charge the batteries separate like that is really a deal breaker... the device should have a charging port.. for a future model! regardless amazing diy!
SparkRemarkable 5 aylar önce
Mr. Perks, you taught me more polished and refined electronics engineering in this video than my university did in 2 years !
Tregathy Kapembwa
Tregathy Kapembwa 2 aylar önce
Very true, i can relate
Necromancer Bob
Necromancer Bob 2 yıl önce
It would be very interesting to see a collaboration where he sends these to an audio focused channel for a blind review and then reveals that they are home made from broken ear pods.
Nunya 2 yıl önce
I love it
Legofan2676 2 yıl önce
Send em to youtubes favourite aussie who screams at ipods and bootleg mp3 players, dankpods.
Saltyman 37
Saltyman 37 2 yıl önce
Great idea, let's hope he sees this!
Bilal Hijazeen
Bilal Hijazeen 2 yıl önce
It's actually a great idea.
Eric Rosen
Eric Rosen 2 yıl önce
Granted, how much are those broken earbuds doing beyond handling bluetooth...?
G Shoemake
G Shoemake 11 aylar önce
Literally the only channel where I take the time to watch the sponsor portion. I would do just about anything, within my moral scope, to be mentored by this guy. I mean even his sponsored videos have knowledge to learn from
Devin Choi
Devin Choi 7 aylar önce
I have a pair of Galaxy buds that doesn't work anymore, and I'm definitely building this. I just gotta figure out how to tweak this a little bit, so that it has USB C charging. There is absolutely no way I'm building BT speakers that requires me to unscrew and pull out battery pack like that
Jacob Andersen
Jacob Andersen Yıl önce
How do I learn to do stuff like this? I've watched so many of these videos over the last few days and I am just blown away. I wish I could do cool stuff like this. My god.
Maicon Varella
Maicon Varella Yıl önce
Já faz um tempo que eu queria fazer isso, obrigado pelo vídeo!
Rob Yıl önce
crazy how I can hear the difference in audio quality from my cheap monitor speakers. great video would love to try this myself some day
EarthKnight 2 yıl önce
The level of quality in both the builds and production in these videos is excellent!
I love speaker projects. Back in 2001, I created a scrappy subwoofer that also functions as a footrest. I would put it under my desk and play bass music that it relaxes my feet. It's scrappy and because I had no money, I used cheap materials. I would love to see if you can do this so I can, you know... copy it from you. lol.
Korey Thatcher
Korey Thatcher Yıl önce
Wow! The difference between these and the Bose is night and day! Such great speakers.
Online Nutrition Analysis
Have you tried to do a similar thing to build a wireless microphone? Did you see, Rode built an amp in, XLR+USB-C combo 32bit float nt1a? Reminded me of your shock mounts video. I'm thinking about building one now that I don't have to replicate the circuitry. Love your page. I hope you have invented something that is made you wealthy.
João Serra
João Serra Yıl önce
Felt a bit lost with the three crossovers; you have a tweeter and a midrange/bass speaker. As the passive one has no electronics (hence the 'passive' concept...), how was they connected? Btw, love you videos mate; they're awsome. Thx in advance for your explanation :)
Ruky Perera
Ruky Perera Yıl önce
so neat, so organized and attention to acuity...so proper
TheCgOrion 2 yıl önce
This man is an artist, with the skills to create his vision.
akidoomar 2 yıl önce
He has a dream
ArchiWorldRUS 2 yıl önce
He is a Magic Recycler, turns scrap into useful things
akidoomar 2 yıl önce
@ArchiWorldRUS this is why I love tech youtubers. They're determined to do anything for their viewers. Well, some of them
Benjamin Wilkinson
Benjamin Wilkinson 2 yıl önce
Well you have to start somewhere if you really want something put your mind to it and never give up.
akidoomar 2 yıl önce
@Benjamin Wilkinson factz
EposVox Yıl önce
I did not expect them to sound THAT good
77 88
77 88 Yıl önce
How can you tell how speakers sound when your watching a video on yt through your phone or laptop?
Kaolo Dikke Hond
Kaolo Dikke Hond Yıl önce
@77 88 you can hear the difference clearly if you're using some external speaker set while playing the video, i'm watching it on pc so that's why i'm using that
Keith Klassen
Keith Klassen Yıl önce
@Kaolo Dikke Hond The difference between what and what? All of the sounds you hear in this video are going thru his mics, his editing, TRvid sound compression, your own audio system, and your own speakers. If he mentioned any of this, I might trust him, but he doesn't mention it, which tells me he's aiming this video at people like you who don't think/know about this stuff.
XzRaiderzX Yıl önce
@Keith Klassen even while all of that is true, you can still hear a clear difference in how much more range his DYI speakers have. Also most people already recognize the factors you listed so it's not exactly something he's hiding.
Grimmlax Yıl önce
@XzRaiderzX how much more range they got compared to the bose soundlink mini........ Everyone who ever compared the soundlink mini to any other bluetoothspeaker knows the soundlink mini got like zero frequencerange and sounds like shit cause you only pay for the brand
Tonitsh87 Yıl önce
i ordered my parts in, can´t wait to build it. keep doing what you do
Saulte Yıl önce
Geezz!!! You make some REALLY cool stuff man. These are insane and that PS5 slim video is mind blowing. I cant believe you made that whole console only 1.9mm genious!!!