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  1. Toddy Cangica Introduction I always thought the clapper so cool. For those who are lazy like me, turn on or off the bedroom light without getting out of bed, simple clap your hands is amazing. Thinking about it I projected one for me. Several ...
  2. This simple audio spectrum analyzer is based on PIC32 proto board on PIC32MX360F512L with 320×240px colour LCD ( LVC75Z779 Eval Board ). The analyzer can be connected to unamplified audio source like PC’s sound card, MP3 player and so ...
  3. Szymon Dyja 1. The player allows: playback wav files in stereo format, 22,500Hz freqfency, and 8 bits of resolution, display the song titles, display time of songs, the possibility of stopping (pause) and switch songs, the possibility of change ...
  4. Those of you who imagine that a robot voice generator box would require a whole heap of ICs are mistaken; the ISD2500 ChipCorder family of ICs from Winbond contains almost all the necessary hardware in a single IC to record and playback audio ...
  5. This tool assists you in tuning your string instrument to a given tone. It utilizes the stroboscopic effect to give feedback about the adjustment of your instrument. The two LEDs on the board blink with the frequency that the chosen tone has. When ...
  6. Gabor Toth Description To listen old vinyl LP's in a correct sounding on a sassy with dynamic cartridge you need a circuit, named RIAA corrector. This circuit you can find in old amps, but it isn't embedded in home cinema equipments or amplifiers ...
  7. Generates very low-distortion sine waves up to 1V RMS. No thermistors required - No settling time Circuit diagram: Parts: P1 10K Log. Potentiometer (Dual-ganged) P2 2K2 Linear Potentiometer R1, R2, R4, R5 3K3 1/4W Resistors R3, R6 820R 1/4W ...
  8. Rod Elliott For audio testing, a pink noise source is an invaluable tool. It is essentially a flat frequency response noise source, and will quickly show any anomalies in speaker systems, room acoustics and crossover networks. White noise (the ...
  9. Izhar Fareed Using this low cost Project one can reproduce AUDIO from TV without disturbing anyone. It does not use any wire between TV and headphone. In place of pair of wires it uses invisible Infrared light to transmit audio signals from TV to ...
  10. Rajkumar Sharma This schematic is designed to operate with minimum of external components. This amplifier offers high quality performance at very low distortion. Project is based on National LM1875 IC. The IC is thermal and short circuit protected. ...

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