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Apr 12, 2012 | 10:02 AM EDT
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rock
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bass
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Made for the "Win, Lose or Papercraft!" competition over at the art forum.
That is an actual working (non powered) mono speaker.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice one, how well does the paper work for supporting the reverb. Seems like it would make some high pitch distortion without something a bit more solid holding the speaker. Still, brilliant idea, hope you win the competition.


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J-qb responds:

It never was a great speaker to start with, but I'm pretty surprised with how well it sounds in this casing. That is, it's really not noticably worse than the original. I used 235 gram paper which I then plastified, so I guess that helps a bit. But yeah, you can't really expect great sound from a 4 inch non-powered mono speaker.
Thanks for the comment!