How to make a fireplace media box using just 3 minutes

I’m using the fireplace media media box I’ve been wanting for quite some time now.

The fireplace mediabox is an easy to make, affordable media box that uses an Arduino Mega, a Raspberry Pi, and a WiFi adapter. 

I decided to make this for a friend who had a problem with the sound from her stereo when she went upstairs to get a drink. 

A few days ago, she came home to find the stereo still on and the lights were out. 

She was so annoyed, she tried to use the WiFi to get back into her house, but it didn’t work.

So, she got into the fireplace, and after a while, she realized it was working again. 

So, she wanted a place to put the box on the mantelpiece or a table. 

This is a step by step tutorial on how to make your own fireplace media boxes using just a few minutes. 

For the hardware, I used the following items: 1.

Arduino Mega: http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Arduino-Mega-Arduino Mega is an inexpensive computer that is popular in the home automation community. 

It can also be used to control a TV or monitor from a smartphone. 

The Arduino is a cheap, open source microcontroller.

It has 3 pins, two analog inputs, and an outputs. 

3.

Raspberry Pi: http: https://www.raspberrypi.org/wiki/Raspberry-Pi The Raspberry Pi is a simple, low-cost, WiFi-enabled computer with lots of GPIO pins. 

To make this, you’ll need to purchase an Arduino board, a USB hub, and some breadboard boards. 

Note: You can also buy a few of these boards online and cut out your own boards for this project. 

You can find a list of all the boards on the DIY Home Assistant Blog  for a cheap price. 

2.

WiFi adapter: https://www