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Ever wanted a microphone to chat on skype or yahoo or aim with your friends but dont wanna buy one well heres your answer to that dilema.
Well the first thing our gonna need is a set of headphones(or earbuds preferably) that you wont want back. You will also need an altoids tin (It can ...
Ok for this step plug the jack into its place(pink audio slot). After that click Start>Programs>Accessories>Entertainment>Sound Recorder. It will open up a box, when holding one of the ...
Well you could have a useless bud there but i found it to be annoying so with your scissors or other sharp object as close to the jack ...
Fold a sheet of paper in half, tape the cable in it, then roll up the sheet of paper. If you think it is too bulky then cut ...
now use your scissors, sharp object, or my favorite power drill, to make the holes which your paper and jack must fit through.
Now take the jack and feed it through the hole ontop of the altoids tin and then feed it through the hole in the side as well. Bring ...
congrats on finishing and thanks for reading my first intructable Minisharkx
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