TV Speaker Acoustical Re-Director Supa Steve

So my TV speakers point backwards toward the wall, somewhat muffling them. I needed a way to direct the sound from the rear-facing speakers to the front of the TV towards the viewers. Here is my solution.
Best of all, it doesn't require any support. It even has small screw holes for very small screws (5mm long or so, just long enough to penetrate the back of the TV but not hit any electronics inside) to mount over the 85mm speakers. The holes in the plastic back of the TV were pre-drilled. I painted them gloss black to match the TV.
Problem solved, and they sound great after a little equalizer adjustment, too!

Printed on an ANet A8 Printer
Printer Settings:
Printed in PLA
Sliced in Cura 14.07
.4mm Nozzle
.1mm Layer Height
.8mm Shell thickness (Bottom/Top .8mm as well)
200 C Nozzle Temp, 45 C Bed Temp
20% fill, though this is so thin, fill may not be necessary.
50mm/s Speed
Skirt enabled, no raft, no support
About a 12-14 Hour print each at these settings.
This is my own original design. You may alter it to accommodate a speaker or TV of your choice, but may not distribute this file commercially. 

Price Free
Category DIY
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Uploaded 11/10/2016

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