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  1. The function generator is a generic measurement equipment to generate test signals. Most function generators can generate a sine, square and/or triangle wave and high end equipments support arbitrary waveforms and have multiple channels. The simple ...
    02-07-2009
  2. For around $30 in parts and a good amount of patience, you can have a completely open source and hackable mp3 player ready to go. It can be modified to accept serial commands, be embedded in an art project, used as the voice of your next smart ...
    18-05-2009
  3. Peter D'Antonio Daniel Riiff Introduction In the recent years, the MPEG Layer III (MP3) music compression format has become an extremely popular choice for digital audio compression. Its high compression ratio, and near CD quality sound make it a ...
    17-05-2009
  4. Here it is, in all its magnificent glory -- the new Shuffle! We'll post updates on twitter about interesting things that we discover as we go. The box is as dainty as its contents. According to Apple, the Shuffle has a true volume of 4,326 cubic ...
    Circuits » Audio » Apple » iPod Shuffle
    24-03-2009
  5. Give your speakers some extra personality by making them out of a vinyl doll. Kid Robot makes the easily hackable Munny doll and I've been meaning to cut one up. The combined need for some new speakers created a happy union of doll and speaker. ...
    22-10-2008
  6. joe The LED VU Meter was the height of late 80-s boombox technology. This instructable will build one out on the breadboard. Who doesn't like blinking lights.. You will need either the National Semiconductor LM3916 / LM3915 / LM3914 , 2 for ...
    Circuits » Audio · Light » National Semiconductor » LM3914, LM3915, LM3916
    01-09-2008
  7. M. Batek Make a sound card is no more a complex issue. If you use great IC PCM2702 from BURR BROWN / Texas Instruments you can create a fully functional USB sound card. This sound card can be powered from USB port and has one stereo output. You ...
    07-05-2008
  8. This circuit is for detecting any audio signal with justable noise offset. It could be used to generate a radio mute signal eg. from a PDA. The circuit is consisting of: Input impedance Signal amplifier Rectifier Justable comparator (Noise offset). ...
    31-03-2008
  9. Have you ever thought of making your own portable speaker in a CD case? Here is how you do it. Components required 8 W speaker with 4 ohms impedance CD case ( Use the one with a zip would be good) 18 W Amplifier module (I used the Kemo #M033, you ...
    22-03-2008
  10. Nophead Although I am fortunate enough to have a project room which is nearly 3 m by 4 m, as you can see it almost completely full of junk. The large glass fronted MDF box on the far left next to HydraRaptor is a 400 CD jukebox that I designed and ...
    04-03-2008
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