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zx82net Ray-gun Speaker System

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Ray-gun Speaker System
This is 3D printed speaker system, intended for desktop use or for small to medium sized living rooms. Are they space-age, are they post-modern, or are they just weird looking, who knows? They sound great! Here's a sound demo running with my Tower of Bass subwoofer, listen with headphones:

If you like it, please hit like!

These are intended for use as satellite speakers, with response down to 145Hz, they need a subwoofer to give full range performance. I've provided frequency response plots and recomented EQ setting in the images above. I designed these to match my Tower of Bass subwoofer (Remix of a Hexibase design), but they will work with any subwoofer which can play up to ~160Hz.

I modeled the enclosure in WinISD, it's a ~400ml sealed conical enclosure, to minimize standing waves. The TEBM35C10-4 drivers are exceptional and an absolute steal at $8. They are also available in the UK and Europe for similar prices.

Don't take my word on the quality of the driver's, take an expert's opinion, "This driver has an incredible bandwidth for its size":
At the time of writing, they are $7.22 from Parts Express:

My subwoofer design is here:
The amplifier used in the demo is here:
A guide for selecting the 2.1ch amps in Step 7 of my instructable:

Specifications for the satellite speaker:
145Hz-20kHz Wide Dispersion Design, 165Hz crossover recommended
Tectonic BMR 35mm Driver TEBM35C10-4
4 ohm impedance
20W Peak Power

Components per speaker:
* 1x TEBM35C10 Driver
* ~300g printer filament of your choice
* 4x M2x 6-12mm Screws
* Speaker cable that will squeeze through a 5x7mm hole
* Bluetack or equivelant
* Approx 400ml of acoustic stuffing, I recommend polyfil rather than foam. (Sometimes it is cheaper to get this by disemboweling a cheap stuffed toy, rather than from a speaker supplier.)

Optional components:
* Standard 60x60mm steel fan guard
* 4x M3 screws to mount fan guard

Print with 3 perimeters and 60% infill.

Video assembly guide:

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3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: STL Folder details Close
    • Cap.stl
    • Nut.stl
    • Stand.stl
    • Thread.stl
    • Thread_looser.stl
    • enclosure_no_guard.stl
    • enclosure_with_guard_mount.stl

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  • Publication date: 2021-03-03 at 23:02
    Published to Thingiverse on: 2021-03-01 at 18:29





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