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Another one that got this feature, it is a passive speaker (like the other example), not an active one.
Good question, I want to know! I think it possible in theory, the question is what's the size of the compiled code because of limit memory available on the Attiny. Besides, the Attiny operates at 8 or 16Mhz.
This is an awesome dad! Personal presents are the best, always. Nice message and instructable.
Nice tut. Just wondering, in the 80's some speaker cabinets (see photo on the right side) got a overload indicator, any idea's how these work?
Sorry, I don't get the point of all of this. It has been useful when you don't need the develop process. The laser cut the traces instead of paint, that would be interesting and time/cost/environment saving.
The bootloader takes up about 2K, that is why your compiler reports about 4-2 = 2K. Program the Attiny84 without bootloader (with a programmer or Arduino) or easier, use an Attiny85 which have 6K.
The bootloader takes up about 2K, that is why your compiler reports about 4-2 = 2K. Program the Attiny45 without bootloader (with a programmer or Arduino) or easier, use an Attiny85 which have 6K.
Nice! Any ideas how to increase amperage?
Question: How hot is the device when using it for, let's say, one hour? Any experience info on that?
Done it earlier, this is my version, also mod to use it on USB with a new cable.
You put two 1000mah batts in SERIES so the powerpack is not 1000mah but 500mah. You need two 2000mah batts to achieve the 1000mah at 7.4v goal. Don't remove the undervoltage protection circuit (and leave them unprotected), your batts last longer.
Haha, laugh my pants of when I saw this, nice project! Download the ino file but cannot compile it. error: 'LED' does not name a typeand many other errors.Can I do something about this?
One word: Wow!
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