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ReDIY is an Open Source Speaker Project #MusicMonday

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We love the concept behind this project. From CallahanTufts on instructables:

reDIY is an open source bluetooth speaker project. We are intending to allow people to create a simple, inexpensive bluetooth compatible speaker. Every type of Maker has an option with this project. You have the option to buy all the pieces and just start using it, or find everything yourself and get down and dirty with the code. What ever your level of knowledge, we’ve got a version for you.

IMPORTANT NOTE.

It is an ongoing project and we’re still ironing out lots of details. So right now this instructable is not considered complete. But feel free to take the idea and run with it.

Full instructable

reDIY_Instructables from MLeeCreative on Vimeo.


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