In this Instructable I’m going to show you how I created a Bluetooth satellite speaker system using some speaker kits, Baltic birch and a Bluetooth amplifier board.
So the first thing I looked at was the size of my space and in this instance I’m doing this for my shop which is about 200 square feet or 18 1/2 square meters.
I wanted to have two bookshelf style speakers hanging from the ceiling and a modest size subwoofer that would rest on the floor. Powered by an amplifiere for the top speakers and the subwoofer.
This set-up is very effective and is mirrored in many computer set-up systems and music listening environments.
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