The circuit is based on LM1036N which is a DC controlled tone (bass/treble), volume and balance circuit for stereo applications in car radio, TV and audio systems. An additional control input allows loudness compensation to be simply effected.
All you need for this project is the LM1036N, 15 capacitors, some fixed resistors and some potentiometers. The result is a high quality control circuit that is small, energy efficient, easy to make and enhances your audio listening experience.
Step 1: Step 1: Research
Take a look at page 6.
Without making any changes, the circuit performs just great, so if this is your first circuit - do not hesitate to build it - it will work if you don't mess the components!
The components that you will need are as follows:
- 47uF x 1
- 0.47 uF x 2
- 0.01 uF x 2
- 0.22 uF x 4
- 0.39 uF x 2
- 10uF x 2
- 10nF x 1
- 47k resistors x 4
- 47k potentiometers x 4
- switch x 1
- a 3.5 mm audio female and male jacks (could be any size jacks)
- some cables (use shielded for the input and output signals)
- an empty board that you will solder on
- soldering and wire cutting tools
- plastic enclosure
- knobs for the potentiometers