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    DIY: Case for ESP32 Audio Kit running Squeezelite-ESP32

    I would like to share my DIY manual for a wooden case for ESP32 Audio Kit running Squeezelite-ESP32

    Software: https://forums.slimdevices.com/showt...icated-thread)

    Hardware:


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    I have attached the project files:

    • Sketchup plans (little modifications while building the case)
    • Simulation files from Boxsim
    • 3D printing file for bass reflex tube (note: diameter is 30 mm; hole in sketchup is 25 mm for standard electric protection tube)
    • nvs config


    Badradio.zip

    Here is the modified frequency response characteristic and the frequency separating filter. It accentuates the basses. You can leave it out for the first try.

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    I assume the aluminium rods push the buttons? I would be concerned about them rattling at higher volumes if they're not fixed in somehow.

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    Nice job, only the speaker screws look a little out of place.
    There is allready a thread for sharing selfmade ESP32 projects: Link

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    Quote Originally Posted by troffasky View Post
    I assume the aluminium rods push the buttons? I would be concerned about them rattling at higher volumes if they're not fixed in somehow.
    Yes, the aluminium rods push the buttons. The amp has only 3W. So they do not move while listening music. Works very well.

    Quote Originally Posted by piPlayer View Post
    @troffasky
    Nice job, only the speaker screws look a little out of place.
    There is allready a thread for sharing selfmade ESP32 projects: Link
    Yes, I have heard this criticism before. If I find smaller M4 screws I will change them.
    Thanks for the link. I had not seen it when I started my project some month ago.

    I would like to share the sketchup plans. Unfortunately the file type is not allowed to upload. Any ideas how to share this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jofland View Post
    I would like to share the sketchup plans. Unfortunately the file type is not allowed to upload. Any ideas how to share this?
    Store the sketchup files in a zip file and upload the zip. Windows 10 has native support for compressing to zip and decompressing them. Select the files that you want to zip in Windows Explorer, then right click and select Copy to => Compressed Folder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJS View Post
    Store the sketchup files in a zip file and upload the zip. Windows 10 has native support for compressing to zip and decompressing them. Select the files that you want to zip in Windows Explorer, then right click and select Copy to => Compressed Folder.
    Thanks. Zip files work; I first tried 7z files which could not be uploaded.

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