Rockler Stereo Wireless Speaker Kit with 2 Speakers and Playback/Volume Controls
Full stereo sound with large diameter left and right speakers for spatial depth and richness—connects to any Bluetooth® device!
Build your own dual-speaker system with true stereo sound that brings the musicians right into the room. Two large 2-3/4'' diameter wireless speakers provide rich sound, while a 1-7/8'' control pod offers full playback controls. Build the speaker cabinets in the shape and material of your choice—use blocks of wood with holes drilled in them, or build a pair of hollow cabinets with fancy joinery. You can also get creative by integrating speakers into furniture, cabinetry and other commonplace items. The system connects wirelessly to any Bluetooth enabled device. In addition to the speakers, the kit includes a USB cable and a control pod with a USB charging port, 3.5mm auxiliary input, and on/off, forward, back and pause buttons. Press and hold the buttons to adjust the volume. The speakers and control pod are held in place via friction fit. Use 1-7/8'' and 2-3/4'' Forstner bits (#55985 and #56683, sold separately) for the control pod and speakers. You can also use hole saws or a jig saw, as the bezels will conceal any rough edges. No soldering is required.
- Rich stereo sound with true left/right panning
- Larger 2-3/4'' diameter speakers for fuller sound
- Connects to any Bluetooth-enabled device
- Control panel features forward, back and pause buttons
- Pressing and holding the buttons adjusts the volume
- Auxiliary input jack lets you connect input sources with a standard ''mini jack'' or headphone cable
- Internal 500mAh battery is recharged with the included USB cable
- Easy, solder-free wiring with the quick-connect color-coded fittings and 12'' wires
Rockler® Stereo Wireless Speaker Kit with 2 Speakers and Playback/Volume Controls
(2) Speaker pods with grilles and 12'' cables
(1) Control pod with playback and volume controls
(1) USB charging cable
(1) Set of instructions
WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.