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August 27, 2010

Vacuum Cleaner Subwoofer

at 7:05 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


All speaker systems need a housing of some sort. Normally we see boring wood boxes with some holes cut in them so that round speakers could be mounted into them. There are a few companies who make some speakers which are not just boxes with holes such as the Bazooka Tube Subwoofers. Instructable user djairjr had an old vacuum cleaner which had reached the end of its life. After cleaning out some of the guts he was able to fit a woofer into it, now he has a very unique DIY Vacuum Cleaner Subwoofer.


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3 Responses to “Vacuum Cleaner Subwoofer”

  1. Gio Says:

    Cool enclosure idea. IIRC – those canisters are quite rigid so that should work well.

  2. josh Says:

    This is a very neat concept. The only problem I have with it, as Gio points out, is that he pretty much ruined a great vacuum. Those things were practically indestructible. But, he couldn’t find the hoses and attachments, so I’ll give him a pass. Great way to recycle an old piece of equipment!

  3. DIY Subwoofer – How to Make a Vacuum Subwoofer! Says:

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