DIY Smart Mirror (that doesn't steam up!)

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In this video I'll be showing you how to make a smart mirror that you can watch YouTube videos in, AND it will never steam up! Also, visit to get your shaving starter set for just $3!

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Mini Speakers:


Mini Amplifier: (use only if powering more than 5 speakers for each channel)

Slim USB-C power bank:

USB-C Power Board:

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Recommended Screen + Display Adapter:

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More info about using laptop screens:

Speaker wiring note: All speakers have a resistance, called Ohm. If a speaker has 8ohms, and you wire 6 of them up in series, the resistance will be 48ohms (6 x 8 = 48), which is too much for an amplifier. Wiring them in parallel results in (8 / 6 = ) which is too little for the amplifier. So, what I did was divide the 6 speakers into 3 sets of 2, and wire each set of 2 together in series for 16ohm. I then connected these 3 16ohm sets in parallel to result in an overall resistance of , which should be within a typical expected range for an amplifier (4 to 8 ohms).
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