The Speakers that have it all!
Today, I will be going through how to make your very own mini AMPLFY portable Bluetooth Speaker from Scratch!!
This is the most powerful, convenient and best-looking speaker I have made to date and now you can make it too!
This speaker is IDEAL for taking to the beach or on camping trips. The solar panel means you will always have battery as long as the sun is shining.
What’s more, you’ll have the option of charging your phone in an emergency, or you can charge your phone if your speakers happen to outlast your phone battery. It’s basically the speaker you never want to leave home without.
The Full Range 360 Degree speaker placement means that it is perfect for putting on a table, so you and a group of friends can hear the music from every angle!
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