I need a diagram, please from a knowledgeable person, can any one make me a diagram for leds to sync to music please?

I need a diagram. i have parts and will pick up more if needed, please specify what voltages, ohms, needed as well if heat sinks are needed, 

Parts i have.

One of each of the following leds.

surface mount LED is mounted on a 0.80" diameter aluminum disk which serves as a heatsink and provides solder spots to simplify connection.

Cree X Lamp 7090,  1 WATT GREEN ULTRA-ULTRA BRIGHT LED
45/ 73 Lumens @ 350/ 700 mA
100 degree viewing angle
Maximum forward voltage: 4 Vdc
Maximum forward current: 350/ 700 mA


Cree XLamp 7090,  1 WATT BLUE ULTRA-ULTRA BRIGHT LED
19/ 31 Lumens @ 350/ 700 mA
100 degree viewing angle
Maximum forward voltage: 4 Vdc
Maximum forward current: 350/ 700 mA


Cree XLamp(TM) 7090, 1 WATT RED ULTRA-ULTRA BRIGHT LED
34/ 55 Lumens @ 350/ 700 mA
100 degree viewing angle
Maximum forward voltage: 4 Vdc
Maximum forward current: 350/ 700 mA


I have 3 

Tip31 NPN TRANSISTOR, 3A 80V TO-220

I have One

12' CABLE, 3.5 MM STEREO PLUGS BOTH ENDS

i have one 

Stereo plug splitter ( so i can listen to music while lights are going)

I have

100' of red and 100' of black 24Ga hook up wire

i also have,

solder, solder gun, wire snips/strippers, access to resistors and power supplies, volt meter/ohm meter, and other tools

I would like it to be a wall plug system using an adapter

The leds were about $10 per so please give me real diagrams, dont waste my time or money.
I will be double checking the diagram, and checking to make sure all math is correct, will i need resistors and what type, will i need heat sinks even tho the leds already have 1 built in, ?





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That's very funny Dougie. I mean that last part about "don't waste my time". If only you felt the same way about wasting the time of the people reading this forum... You're asking for someone to help you for free, and then start into this lecture about how this answer had better be a good answer. Oh and you're going to be checking math too! Oh my! This guy is one tough customer.  I can tell it's not going to be easy to pull one over on ol' Dougie! 
:-)
dougiedougworld (author)  Jack A Lopez6 years ago
lol, very helpful