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This, my first Instructable, will show you how to add an external speaker jack to the infamous Pignose 7-100 battery powered amplifier. With this mod...
You will need to purchase a mono switched phone jack, refer to the attached photo. This jack has three terminals, one for ground, one for the signal ...
Remove all of the batteries from the Pignose. Carefully desolder the two wires from the speaker, refer to the photo. Note that the White wire is conn...
With the Pignose open, the amplifier Module is visible on the right hand half of the box. Remove the four small screws (indicated by arrows in the ph...
Drill the 3/8" hole. You will need about 9 inches of two-conductor wire to connect the jack to the Pignose speaker. I used what I had on hand - some...
You will need another piece of two conductor wire, about 6 inches or so. This will need to be spliced to the existing white and shielded wires. If yo...
Wiring is now complete! Make sure the jack nut is tightened down securely. Carefully install the sheet metal cover back in place using the four small...
Check out the demo video.... http://youtu.be/QPnE2rMfqEE
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Posted:Jul 25, 2011
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