#1
okay maybe this is a noobish question, but i dont care because i want to know.

we were at our storage unit [we have a spot at one of those self storage places] and i found a radio/cassette tape player that came with two four inch "full range" speakers. granted, thats not very big for a cabinet, but if this will work thats perfect because i need to be able to carry it back and forth between my parents houses weekly.

so what i want to know is: can i build a cabinet, using these 4" speakers as my speakers? if i have to buy more speakers as well thats fine, but if i can use these, thats two less to buy.


if you need to know, on the box it says

60W max music power
4.10Z strontium
magnet
100KHz-14KHz
4 ohms

thanks in advance folks
#3
how'dy i've got two 100watt speakers i could do without for my cd player, how might one go about trying to get my guitar blasting out of these things it seems like a better idea then throwing them out.
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If you want to turn them into humbuckers, I recommend magic.

Although, I don't advise it.
#5
dont do it, i tried this with my two stereo speakers, one caught on fire, not good at all.
#8
no, everyone else said bad idea, but it's really a good idea.

yeah, it's bad.
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#9
hehe, i've put them to better use anyways.
Quote by MrCarrot
If you want to turn them into humbuckers, I recommend magic.

Although, I don't advise it.
#10
i used 2 6" speakers and my old SP10 amp electronics and it works just fine for guitar.
#12
sure, i built a cab out of some crappy plywood, and put in 2 6" 8ohm full range speakers, and wired them in series to my little Squire sp10 amps electronics