Weekend project!<br />Modding an antique radio<br />
My toy: <br />Phillips B5X99T<br />My grandpa’s radio is in family for 45 years.It was abandoned in a shed.<br />
Me + dust + termite + dust + cables  + dust<br />
Antique radio lovers are going to kill me...<br />I throwed out all the eletronic stuff.  <br />I needed the space for the...
Edifier M1335<br />
Some electronic adjustments...<br />I wanted to adjust the volume and some input switch on the original radio knobs and bu...
Some woodwork on the external box, and reinforced the structure.<br />
It was a pain to find the right fabric.<br />I couldn’t find it, actually, I switched to another one.<br />
Almost ready!<br />Now it was just putting all together!<br />
Two RCA and one P2 inputs<br />Switch button on the front<br />On/Off<br />“On” indicating leds<br />Volume<br />
I bought:<br />Plained wood;<br />Glue;<br />Fabric;<br />A lot of gas looking for material;<br />LEDs, P2, RCA, Cable, Pl...
Finished!<br />It’s really nice to finish this project!<br />I spend a nice time with my dad, that helped me with the elec...
See ya!<br />Rodrigo van Kampen<br />http://rodrigo.vankampen.com.br<br />
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Modding an antique radio

  1. 1. Weekend project!<br />Modding an antique radio<br />
  2. 2. My toy: <br />Phillips B5X99T<br />My grandpa’s radio is in family for 45 years.It was abandoned in a shed.<br />
  3. 3. Me + dust + termite + dust + cables + dust<br />
  4. 4.
  5. 5. Antique radio lovers are going to kill me...<br />I throwed out all the eletronic stuff. <br />I needed the space for the other toy:<br />
  6. 6. Edifier M1335<br />
  7. 7. Some electronic adjustments...<br />I wanted to adjust the volume and some input switch on the original radio knobs and buttons.<br />
  8. 8. Some woodwork on the external box, and reinforced the structure.<br />
  9. 9. It was a pain to find the right fabric.<br />I couldn’t find it, actually, I switched to another one.<br />
  10. 10. Almost ready!<br />Now it was just putting all together!<br />
  11. 11.
  12. 12. Two RCA and one P2 inputs<br />Switch button on the front<br />On/Off<br />“On” indicating leds<br />Volume<br />
  13. 13.
  14. 14. I bought:<br />Plained wood;<br />Glue;<br />Fabric;<br />A lot of gas looking for material;<br />LEDs, P2, RCA, Cable, Plugs;<br />Edifier M1335.<br />Time consumed:<br />Total: Six holidays:<br />Many many hours looking for fabric;<br />Many many hours sanding;<br />Many many hours thinking and trying to fit it all together. <br />
  15. 15. Finished!<br />It’s really nice to finish this project!<br />I spend a nice time with my dad, that helped me with the electronic welding.<br />Thanks to my girlfriend that could not hear anymore about this project! =)<br />
  16. 16. See ya!<br />Rodrigo van Kampen<br />http://rodrigo.vankampen.com.br<br />

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