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  1. Part 1. Schematic Supported Sound Formats and Control Commands Supported sound file format is RIFF/WAVE in LPCM, 8/16bit, mono/stereo and 8kHz-48kHz. Any other sound files, such as ADPCM, MP3 and AAC, must be converted into the PCM. The sound files ...
  2. This is a simple sound generator based on 8-pin SD Audio Player . It is built with an Atmel ATtiny861 microcontroller from Atmel and an SD memory card. The tiny861 has fast PWM outpus like tiny85 so that it can generate clear sound compared to any ...
  3. The Micro_Dice is a simple introduction to the PIC microcontroller. This schematic will produce a random number on the led display in a dice pattern. It is simple to construct. When constructing you can select either fast roll or slow roll option. ...
  4. Double-tone Police sound Single-tone old ambulance sound Circuit diagram: Parts: R1,R3 470K 1/4W Resistors R2 680K 1/4W Resistor R4 82K 1/4W Resistor R5 330K 1/4W Resistor R6 10K 1/4W Resistor R7 33K 1/4W Resistor R8 3M3 1/4W Resistor C1,C5 ...
  5. Use this circuit to tell which game player presses a button first. Vasil Borodai The circuit in Figure 1 lets you indicate which game player presses a button first. Each button has a corresponding LED that indicates the pressing of the button. All ...
  6. Here is a cool pyrotechnics gadget that explodes with a shower of confetti! Great for live concerts, parties, weddings, special name it! What You Need.. A glow-plug which you can get HERE Electrical Box with cover Plumbing Extension ...
  7. Speak clearly to the Oracle, ask it any question, and it will answer! You’ll get an answer, that’s for sure, but there’s no guarantee you’ll get the right one! This is a simple yet surprisingly entertaining little project ...
    Circuits » Games » CD4049UB
  8. What could be better than having a little instrument with you all the time, hidden in your hat? Insiders Tip: Don't take this to the airport. The inspiration for this project came while on the long road trip to Austin last weekend, and I finally ...
  9. This Instructable will show you how to put together some LeD Spidies for Halloween. They are simple to make and fun to hide in dark corners for guests to find. I have tried to keep this simple and to the point for the younger viewers. If you are ...
  10. Thomas Scarborough The simple conjuring trick in Figure 1 is intended to provide some enjoyment for the beginner in electronics or conjuring, and should take only an hour or two to build. The trick works as follows: a wand (with a magnet mounted in ...
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