Made by you OTTOPOD is 18.5cm high and kicks out a great sound. It's made from trees and grass, namely poplar and bamboo plywood and uses quality components within.
OTTOPOD Bluetooth Smart Speaker adds an Amazon Echo Dot providing Alexa taking your music and other voice requests.
It also add the ZOUDIO Bluetooth, DSP & Amplifier Board driving the seven speakers. The built in miniDSP integrated into the amplifier chips from Texas Instruments allow you to adjust the sound providing the secret ingredient to the six mini speakers and a 4 inch Subwoofer providing an amazing 20mm excursion creating natural bass.
Made from natural stuff, made by the sun, air and water.
All the hard design work has been done so you can make and customise the look you want. Skins will be available to download for you to apply while building.
Instructions and Template Provided
A laser cutting template and simple step-by-step instructions are provided including a parts list to order the electronic components online. Also a DSP file is provided.
Enhance Your Making and Design Thinking
Students and Makers can follow the detailed Instructions which include a full parts list. You will need access to a laser cutter and basic tools. This project can be completed by makers and students enhancing your making and design thinking skills.
In our Forum you will be able to access support from other makers and there will be a growing list of laser cut suppliers that can help you with the laser cutting.
Click on image to get Laser cut Template and Instructions
Six tweeters provide a 360 degrees omnidirectional sound resulting in an even sense of sound space in the room.
OttoPOD has advanced audio. The high-excursion downward facing Subwoofer creates wide range bass that surpasses many speakers on the market.
The advanced amplifier using the TAS5825M chip from Texas Instruments ensures a high dynamic range and the combined Digital Signal Processor allows precise control of the crossover tuning and speaker frequency response. This results in a flat frequency response from 30Hz to 20,000Hz.