Make Your Picnic Rock With A DIY Cooler And Speaker System
Bring some music to your outdoor party with a cooler that doubles as speaker system. via instructables
What two items are essential for a good party? Music and drinks.
By building a Cooler Cooler Speaker system, you can carry both in one compact, convenient package.
These instructions are specifically for a Yeti Tundra 65 qt cooler and Kicker 6″ KM6LC Speakers. This makes a killer, extravagant set-up. This dude gets super loud and plays for about 10 hours on a single charge of a standard lawn mower battery. It also holds a crapload of beverages, even with the battery and drybag. BUT, this process can be done with virtually any cooler and speaker set-up. I do have measurements for a Coleman Steel Belted Cooler, 56 qt rolling cooler and 48 qt basic cooler.
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