Hey TWSU readers!
Coming to the end of my internship I can proudly present to you the many skills that I have learnt as well as my AWESOME Doctor Who Police Box T.A.R.D.I.S speaker. That’s right, I don’t usually nerd out but when I do I go the marathons 26th mile.
I am not one to use speakers purely because I have never found speakers that belonged in my room, they were always too big or ugly. Which saddened me, making me wish I could control from where the sound came from and not a cheap ugly black box or an overpriced beautiful but out of my budget speaker. With the DIY speaker I was given the chance to create speakers that fitted my needs, since moulding it to fit into my room perfectly was possible.
I know my fellow fans and nerds are eager to learn about this.
Step 1: Become a Dr who fan
Step 2: Get your hands on the DIY speaker kit
Step 3: Buy yourself some over priced merchandise i.e T.A.R.D.I.S
My T.A.R.D.I.S had doors that opened
Step 4: Just open the doors of the TARDIS, after removing the sticky cover on the exciter stick it onto the back.
Step 5: Sit your circuit board and co in a position where you can reach the switches on the floor of the TARDIS, this will hold the doors open.
Step 6: Press play and enjoy!
Clearly we can see that the DIY speaker is really open and can turn your most loved object that probably just sits in your room and looks pretty into something more useful that has a purpose.
Meaning you don’t have to stick it into a TARDIS but just explore the sound of some materials by playing music and pressing the exciter onto a material once you found something you like get creative it can be something as simple as sticking it on with tape like I did or you could get a bit more fancy and create a specific space within your chosen object for the speaker kit.
Know that you have full power over where in your house or office etc the sound comes from. Leading to the ease of listening and enjoying music the way you want to. The DIY speaker kit really emphasised the do it yourself name it was given as it’s up to you and how you design it to address your needs.