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Old 03-19-2005, 04:40 PM   #1
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I remember looking at your website that you have linked to your sig picture one time. I remember seeing a radio you made from car speakers and a car radio. I have a couple of questions. How did you hook the power supply up to the cd player? How did you hook the speakers up to it? I was wanting to do something like this and I just remembered that you did it before. If you could let me know how you did it and if you have any more pictures, that would be great. Thanks.
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lol, I was thinking about doing something like that in the future as well
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Got a 12V power supply from work in the junk pile and wired it up. Radio Shack for the speaker connections. Just like on the back of your own stereo.

Power antenna is wired normally.

http://williamwren.com/jensen.html
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Do you think a AT power supply would work? I know they have +/- 5 and +/- 12 volts on them. I think 220 watts would be enough. Are all car accessories 12 volt?
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I remember looking at your website that you have linked to your sig picture one time. I remember seeing a radio you made from car speakers and a car radio. I have a couple of questions. How did you hook the power supply up to the cd player? How did you hook the speakers up to it? I was wanting to do something like this and I just remembered that you did it before. If you could let me know how you did it and if you have any more pictures, that would be great. Thanks.
shouldnt u have pmed that....
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I remember looking at your website that you have linked to your sig picture one time. I remember seeing a radio you made from car speakers and a car radio. I have a couple of questions. How did you hook the power supply up to the cd player? How did you hook the speakers up to it? I was wanting to do something like this and I just remembered that you did it before. If you could let me know how you did it and if you have any more pictures, that would be great. Thanks.
shouldnt u have pmed that....
Doesn't really matter because it'* a lounge post i'm sure.


yes all car accessories are 12 volts unless it'* a diesel then most cases it'* 24
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