You can ask yourself, is it possible for me to make my Bluetooth speaker? Yes! It is, you can make a Bluetooth speaker from the comfort of your home, customize it to your taste, and add other features if you want to.
This DIY will teach you an amazing way that you can apply to make a DIY Bluetooth speaker with several materials and tools out there. Are you ready to build something amazing? If yes, let’s begin!
1. DIY WiFi/Bluetooth Speaker
This is an amazing video guide that will show you how a wooden Bluetooth speaker was made in a few easy steps. The creator started by cutting some wood boards, he made marks on the ones he had cut out and started assembling the pieces.
He also used a lot of advanced woodworking tools for this project, but in the end, the Bluetooth speaker turned out to be great and effective.
2. DIY Bluetooth 5.0 Speaker
Here is a 5.0 Bluetooth speaker that you can make with ease. The creator didn’t cut wood boards to make this Bluetooth speaker, he got the wooden parts from an online store, the link is available in the video description.
He had those parts assembled into a box-like shape, then sanded and sprayed for a good finish. He then removed the top and inserted the components for the Bluetooth and sound in the wooden box.
3. Pallet Bluetooth Speaker
Most people don’t know how easy it is to make a Bluetooth speaker when you have the right materials and tools at their disposal but here in this video guide, you’ll learn what it takes to make a Bluetooth speaker out of a pallet. There are a lot of things to buy like: bass speaker, Makita terminal, male-female connector jack, amplifier board, and the list goes on and on.
4. DIY Portable Bluetooth Speaker
Here is another amazing Bluetooth speaker that you can make with ease. It's portable and super easy to build if you follow the creator’s steps properly. The description of this video will show you a few online stores where you can purchase the parts for this speaker at a cheaper rate. You’ll need a Li-ion battery, SPDT switch, RGB light, micro USB breakout, Bluetooth board, and lots more.
5. How To Make A Bluetooth Speaker
Here is a guide that will teach you how to make a Bluetooth speaker out of just about anything available. You’ll need a Bluetooth 50W receiver/amplifier, Dayton audio 40W exciter, 18-gauge speaker wire, DC power supply cable, 24V DC power adapter, and a few other components. For the tools, you’ll just need a wire cutter, power drill, and a soldering iron.
6. DIY Battery Powered Bluetooth Speaker
This Bluetooth speaker is a pretty large one, it looks like a briefcase and has 4 speaker cones on the body. The creator made this one for outdoor use because when turned on and played through, its sound can travel for miles.
The creator also used a lot of components for this project, you might need to have a little knowledge about electrical connections before trying to make this Bluetooth speaker work.
7. DIY Bluetooth Speaker
This is a pretty portable Bluetooth speaker, it’s easy to make and has quality sound. The creator used some MDF tiles, a Bluetooth module, a Li-ion battery, an audio amplifier board, a charging connector, a switch, a carbon foil vinyl wrap, and a few other supplies. The making process was straightforward and the steps simple to follow.
8. How To DIY A Bluetooth Speaker
Here is another portable Bluetooth speaker with just one speaker cone in front, with a charging port, and some light indicators. The making process for this project is simple and sweet. Here are a few things that you’ll need: a booster, a Li-ion battery, Bluetooth board, wire, and most importantly patience. Be patient with the process.
9. How To Make A DIY Bluetooth Speaker For Home
Without wasting your time, here are the components you’ll need to make this Bluetooth speaker. You'll need a transistor kit, resistor, 9V battery, capacitor, soldering iron kit, IC kit, and lots more. The making process is pretty easy to follow.
10. DIY Bluetooth Speaker Using Pallet Wood
You’ll be using pallet wood to make the body of this Bluetooth speaker. The wood will go through a few woodworking processes to make it look presentable before you start to mount the components for the speakers.
11. DIY Multimedia Bluetooth Speaker
For this video guide, you’ll need a few tweeters, batteries, passive radiator, switch, a power jack, and lots more. This speaker has 2 speaker cones, a screen display, a USB port, and a few other components. It’s also pretty loud.
12. How To Build A Concrete Bluetooth Speaker
This project is quite technical and maybe even difficult if you don't have the right materials and tools for the job. The speaker is also pretty dense which reduces renaissance and allows the quality of sound to be great.
13. How To DIY A Bluetooth Speaker
Here is a great, good-looking Bluetooth speaker. It’s made up of a USB Li-ion charging module, stereo Bluetooth module, a high-efficiency SMD amplifier, an eyewear container, a sliding switch, a 1000mAh Li-ion battery, a passive driver, and a few more materials. The steps are simple and easy to understand and follow.
14. DIY Bluetooth Speaker With Powerbank
Here is another amazing Bluetooth speaker that has a similar build to one of the speakers on this DIY guide list. The difference is that this one was made with a 5200mAh in-built battery that enables it to serve as a power bank, so you can charge your phone as you connect via Bluetooth and play songs for hours. It has 3 speaker cones with a passive radiator for deep bass.
15. DIY Wooden Bluetooth Speaker
This project features an amazing Bluetooth speaker that can fill up your room with a powerful, loud sound. The creator used a Bluetooth amplifier, cables, batteries, and speaker cones. The creator first sketched out on paper the appearance of the Bluetooth speaker then used that drawing to make the frame that will house all the above-mentioned components.
The making process is simple, the steps are easy to follow, and most importantly, the speaker is super effective.
16. DIY Bluetooth Speaker With Subwoofer
Here is a great Bluetooth speaker with a subwoofer. First, you’ll need some plywood boards to make the frame box that will house all the connections and components, you’ll also need extension cords, a USB charger for a Bluetooth adapter, and an old surround sound system that you have. This project is pretty cheap and simple to build.
17. How To Make A Bluetooth Speaker With Monster Can
It’s crazy but super possible, the creator made a Bluetooth speaker with a monster energy drink can, he used 2 speaker cones, a Bluetooth module, and a few other components.
18. DIY 2.1 Bluetooth Speaker
This is a simple Bluetooth speaker with 3 speaker cones and a strap handle at the top. The body was made of wood, and it’s super loud. You just need a few components that will make up the insides of the speaker.
19. How To Make A Bluetooth Speaker From PVC Pipe
You can make a Bluetooth speaker with about anything, and the creator of this guide proved it when he used a PVC pipe. It’s easy to build from scratch, pretty loud, and looks like a standard Bluetooth speaker that you could buy online.
20. DIY Bluetooth Wifi Speaker
This is an amazing Bluetooth speaker, the only downside is that it’s big and best kept in one place. The creator used some advanced woodworking tools for the construction, and it has 4 speaker cones and a partition for the switch and other features. It’s a Bluetooth Wifi speaker.
21. DIY Bluetooth Speaker 2.0
Here is a Bluetooth speaker 2.0, it’s incredibly easy to build, it’s cheap, and it’s pretty loud. The digital amplifier board used is capable of 50w so, here are a few other supplies you’ll need: a DC battery pack, a waterproof push-button, voltage tester meter, and lots more.
22. DIY Bluetooth Bookshelf Speaker
This speaker is made up of wood, and it’s not easy to carry sound, it works perfectly as a stationary Bluetooth speaker. After the woodwork, the speaker has 1 speaker cone, an off/on switch, and an indicator light.
23. How To Make A Bluetooth Speaker
This Bluetooth speaker is small, unique, portable, and has a lot of amazing features. It’s quite loud, it’s got a micro USB charging port, a dual 3W full-range speaker, a long-lasting 5200mAh battery, and a PAM8403 high-efficiency amplifier
24. DIY Epoxy Resin Bluetooth Speaker
Or this amazing speaker, you’ll need a lot of supplies, from LED lights to a full-range speaker, epoxy resin, and lots more. The body of the speaker was made of walnut wood. It’s a party speaker if you wish to call it so.
That’s all we got for now, but I believe that the Bluetooth speakers you have seen on this DIY list above are enough to convince you that you can make any kind of it with a few simple supplies. Some may cost you much but even the cheap ones are still super effective and worth your time. Thanks for stopping by, see ya.