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    Building an all-in-one box

    Hello,
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    Projet intégrateur of Secondary 5 (QC)

    I wish, install a radio, a box .. I do not know how to name my idea!

    So I present:

    -using automotive components
    -branchable on a 120v outlet
    -containing a subwoofer 10-12inches without exploding watts
    integrate a set-tweet / midrange (TBD)
    -audio source will be a radio car (connection required: AUX)







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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    I saw the concept like this.

    -Fiber-pine 1 "
    -components, not too expensive and powerful

    For the box, speaker subwoofer also contain sub's amp, the audio source and the amplifier. Tweets and mediums will be on a smaller box on the topof the big one, the wires pass through holes in the rear. (I was afraid that the smaller speakers didnt resist by the pressure generated by the subwoofer if they were in the same box).

    For speakers, I thought to connect the tweets and mids on a car radio with small amps (56watts) to save on a real amp). The sub is powered by a specific real amp for subs.

    For power ... As I said I use automotive components ... I need help to be able to plug everything into a power house! (converter?)




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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    The subject seems viable?
    Is there somes clarifications needed?
    Basically I posted here for help with connections and components ...

    Sorry for the triple post the school computers randomly planting I hesitated to write a tool long post.




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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    I am sorry. but I honestly don't understand what I am reading?



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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    Are you asking a question? What are you wanting to do with this?



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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    I think he wants a all-in-one stereo setup. The sub, mids/highs, and amps all in one box. He wants to use car audio equipment but be able to run it from inside his house on 120v instead of 12v.

    Correct OP?

    Is this going to be used in your home?



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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    I did understand one thing: correct OP, you would not want the woofer(s) and mid-drivers in the same/shared chamber of an enclosure, the pressure of the woofer will more than likely effect the mid-drivers. How much power do you plan to run and just how "loud" are you looking for this to be though? Simple enough though, just a divider in the enclosure is needed.




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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    feels like google translate



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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    Yeah if you are going to run them all in one enclosure make sure you keep the woofer chamber separated from the mids chamber. As for power, I know you can use converter and even PC power supplies but you will probably be better off buying home audio amps plus it will be safer.



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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    There are proper ways to do it but I haven't done it personally so I will leave it up to people who are more familiar with this area.
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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    Give me a min...trying to eat while I read lol




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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    You can use simple DC power supplies to power your amplifiers. You need to tell us how much power you want to run though.



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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

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    You can use simple DC power supplies to power your amplifiers. You need to tell us how much power you want to run though.
    I agree, but I would add a small battery to ensure you have enough of an electrical setup.

    If you build it in a separated chambered enclosure the you will far better off. Put all the electrical in on area and just run the power cable for the power supply out the back or side to plug in.




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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    If you use a computer power supply, you can mount an On/Off switch to the enclosure that can turn the power supply/amps on and off while keeping the power cord plugged in.



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    Re: Building an all-in-one box

    Quote Originally Posted by skylineTT View Post
    If you use a computer power supply, you can mount an On/Off switch to the enclosure that can turn the power supply/amps on and off while keeping the power cord plugged in.
    I don't think those will be large enough. There are several power supplies out there that use a switch for "on/off" operation. That would be a simple as relocating that switch.

    Could also use a power/ground power plug and just leave the power supply outside of the enclosure.




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