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Question DIY sound bar from old laptop speakers !help!

Mar 22, 2020
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Hello i am thinking of making a Bluetooth sound bar out of my old laptop lenovo laptop ( ideapad 510) internal speakers, from the internet i learnt that you need to change the digital signal to analog and then amplify the signal before connecting it to the speaker. I am a little worried about the amplification i am not sure which module to buy so that i don't fry my speakers with tons of juice.. please help me....
Thank you in advance
 
Hello i am thinking of making a Bluetooth sound bar out of my old laptop lenovo laptop ( ideapad 510) internal speakers, from the internet i learnt that you need to change the digital signal to analog and then amplify the signal before connecting it to the speaker. I am a little worried about the amplification i am not sure which module to buy so that i don't fry my speakers with tons of juice.. please help me....
Thank you in advance
Don't bother, laptop speakers are lousy comparing to sound bar speakers. You also need a DAC (Digital to Analog Converter), analog amplifier and a Bluetooth transmitter and a receiver and will still get lousy, low level sound of less than 1W.
There's tons of cheap Bt speakers which would give you much better experience.
 
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