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  • LarrySDonald commented on LarrySDonald's instructable Mouse Trap car1 year ago
    Mouse Trap car

    Virally anything really. Screws/wire or some bent metal perhaps. I'd probably stick to screwing whatever onto it rather than glue or tape - it gets yanked around quite a bit when it moves. Any wood screw works tho - find some broken thing and raid.

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  • LarrySDonald commented on dhilmes's instructable CHEAP Bluetooth receiver 10 bucks1 year ago
    CHEAP Bluetooth receiver 10 bucks

    Just took one apart, more to make a smaller closure (I wore it around my neck in a noisy area to hear the ring). The top was glued + snapped, but came off pretty easily, bottom (speaker end) was four pin in hole (broke one). The speaker is wedged between the closing and the "main" plastic part. Mic is in the button end closing part.Trying to figure out the ICs (and perhaps the circuit), the small ones are an amp and a 4Mbit SPI eeprom. I can't find the bluetooth module(/likely cpu) though. Great work - I bought it for the same reason but just now getting to it. It's only $5 now too, if they have any left (tons of $5 bt speakers around on clearance).

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