Step 10: Hooking Up Everything

Lastly, connect all header pins to the circuit board. Watch for polarity!
<p>Thanks for sharing.</p>
hi, very nice instructable i just wanna know will i be able to use the LM8560 chip (i got it out of a radio alarm clock)
Hi, <br>I'm sorry but you can't use that IC because as you can see here ( http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/41215/SANYO/LM8560.html ) the LM8560 only controls the snooze and the hours and minutes of the alarm clock. It only has an output for the alarm (which is the screeching tone that wakes you up) and doesn't seem to have any amplifying functions
This is really neat! Thanks for posting an external link to the circuit schematic! that is always better than trying to discern what the hell is going on with the tiny picture files on this site.<br><br>Keep up the good work!
Thanks! I'm glad you like it!

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