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Making a Hard Drive Speaker
posted April 9 2010 14:49.38



There is a new use for your old hdd, from storage equipment "upgrade" it to sound! By connecting it to a sound source, sound card, amp etc. you can have your own hdd speaker full of memories from the data used to store. :) YouTuber p4e81 made it, why dont you?

[Link: Youtube]
Tags: hdd   music   diy   computer peripheral hacks   
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