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Hey Barry, I really like your project and I'm thinking of making one. Just like mr. Gondzo I like to use a 3.5 mm jack, but I also like to have the option to switch to bluetooth.So I made the circuit (I left out the caps and the resistors for the diode) as seen in the attachments. Do you think this would work? (It was inspired by both your project and also by that of GreatScottLab (http://www.instructables.com/id/Make-Your-Own-Simp... )Also, I have some magnetically shielded speakers, do you know where to find information on how to remove the shielding (google didn't really help me much) or do you know how to remove it?
Whoops, the battery has to be connected to the on/off switch. Not the charging module. In this version it's fixed.
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