I finished working out the Box Construction Jig and found I had some 12mm MDF wood left over on the sheet. I have some nice parts left over from the design of the Boombox and coming system so I thought I’d use the spare MDF to build a simple, compact HiFi system for our kitchen. Nothing fancy, just an On/Off switch, a selection switch for only two inputs – Bluetooth and USB and that’s all. The design is now complete and I’m about to add it to the cutting information for the MDF sheets.
But I think this would be a good production model and many others should find it a useful little amp.
So there are now two additional amp models, here are their salient points:
- a 14Wrms/channel and a 60Wrms/channel amp,
- only Bluetooth and internal DAC (USB fed),
- no tone controls,
- front panel has only On/Off and input selection,
- my amplifier PCB and top quality parts,
- small full range loudspeakers (Peerless?) with optional stands that include subwoofers,
- as small a footprint as possible given the internal components.
The MDF layout is almost finished, I’ll post pictures as it’s constructed.