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Old 12th July 2005, 07:15 AM   #1
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I have designed and built a mobile sound system for the iPod, and his cousins:


It is based on an LM 2876, and a pair of Dayton chassis. It is not really based on any scientific research, I don't even have speaker measurement & simulation software, except for WinISD. Still a lot of fun, though

I hope my project gives some ideas and inspiration to the community. Diyaudio has been a source of tons of valuable information for me over the past couple years. Time to give something back...

Thanks, Thomas
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