this guide is per-request from two users who asked what the heck backpack speakers are. (i mentioned these in http://www.d3scene.com/forum/music/2...song-ever.html)
backpack speakers are my attempt to have music while snowboarding, and letting everyone else on the slopes know what I'm listing to. now this is a fairly safe project so i don't need to post the disclaimer.
anyway, to the project... (important stuff is marked by a "--")
--first your going to need speakers, and a sub, otherwise it will sound like curd when you crank it without a sub, i used a samsung m series sub with some cheap speaks
(idk why its upside down lol)
--second your going to need a backpack, a big one. i used a free bank of America one i had laying around.
--third, and hardest, your going to need a power source that can last, and can deliver enough amp/volts to the sub. i used a black & Decker power to go thingy.
--once you have all of them, assemble them out of the back pack and make sure they work.
if they don't work, check that your power supply is charged and can run the sub. if you are still having problems, check the speeks and sub.
--next were going to try and make the backpack as water prof as possible. even though your not technically in water, if snow gets inside of the backpack it will turn to liquid from the heat of the battery pack and sub. to do this you could spray enamel or other water proofing thing on, i used a water proofing substance and spray paint. and if you really want to be cool....spray paint D3SCENE.COM on the backpack lol thats what i did.
--next put the sub and speakers into the backpack, mine is a really tight fit, but its the only backpack i had, so i made do. make sure that everything is connected before you zip the sipper shut, its a pain in the butt to open it back up and dig it out just to connect some dumb cable.
ps, here is the pirates of the Caribbean theme song, i blast it all over the slopes cause its cool like that. :cheesy:
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