Instructables: exploring - technology - audio - sound - amplifier - featured Sun, 23 Oct 2016 22:49:46 PDT BLOX v1.01 DIY ACOUSTIC ELECTRIC PEDAL
DIY ACOUSTIC ELECTRIC PEDAL - More DIY How To Projects]]> MindDivert At the time i was not able to buy some pre-amplified guitar ready to connect at your guitar amplifier... I was wondering at school if i could amplify my guitar hence i already know some theories and applications about electronics (the transistor stuff, the Op-amps. ) you know that electronic theorie...
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Mon, 11 Apr 2016 23:33:50 PDT
Modulating audio on a LED
Modulating audio on a LED - More DIY How To Projects]]> TheICMan [I made some changes to also support a microphone]In this tutorial, I will demonstrate how audio (music or sound) can be transmitted over a light beam generated by a LED. This project includes 2 parts: The transmitter, that takes the audio and modulates it using the LED The receiver, that rec...
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Wed, 6 Jan 2016 07:59:31 PST
Another (Yes, Another) Altoids Tin Speaker
Another (Yes, Another) Altoids Tin Speaker - More DIY How To Projects]]> ctx1985 I've seen so many amazing Altoids tin speaker builds out there, both on Instructables and elsewhere and I wanted to try my hand at one too! This project uses two tins (one for the amplifier circuit, battery, charging circuit, switch and jacks, and another one just for the speakers). I wanted to use...
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Fri, 3 Jan 2014 02:49:09 PST
Hyperbolic Spoon iPhone Amplifier/Stand
Hyperbolic Spoon iPhone Amplifier/Stand - More DIY How To Projects]]> Renard_Bleu The speaker on my smartphone is underwhelming; as is yours. I find myself cupping my hand around the base of the phone to provides a slight volume boost in situations with ambient noise. I wondered if it was possible to accomplish a volume boost with a spoon head acting as an amplification dish. The...
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Wed, 2 Jan 2013 10:35:44 PST
Boomcase Mimic
Boomcase Mimic - More DIY How To Projects]]> jm31181 Hey everyone.  I just wanted to share my version of the popular Boomcase.  I didn't want to drop over 500 dollars for one so I made my own.  Materials cost me about 50 bucks, and labor was two weeks, mainly waiting for parts to arrive. Majority of the items are reused from a thrift store or I harnes...
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Thu, 18 Oct 2012 06:24:29 PDT
Cheap Acoustic Simulator (Crossfeed) for Headphones
Cheap Acoustic Simulator (Crossfeed) for Headphones - More DIY How To Projects]]> faxwork Hi! Welcome to my second instructable! Don't forget to rate and comment! :D First off, what is an "acoustic simulator"? It can be anything to simulate the effect of being in a room, creating an effect of open space, or even give the illusion of hearing sounds from different directions. This is usu...
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Mon, 15 Nov 2010 00:50:21 PST
Rechargable pocket sized amplifier
Rechargable pocket sized amplifier - More DIY How To Projects]]> brunoip In this instructable I gonna try to describe how to make a simple rechargable pocket sized amplifier. It's works using only two low power transistors and two nickel metal hydride batteries (Ni / MH). The case is made with 3mm cardboard for making it as light as posible. Ps: I'm from Argentina so let...
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Fri, 10 Jul 2009 12:00:42 PDT
Soundproof Your Garage Walls (Using My Cleat Method)
Soundproof Your Garage Walls (Using My Cleat Method) - More DIY How To Projects]]> mobilerik In this Instructable, I'll demonstrate how to soundproof a wall using a method I developed for my home recording studio. It is similar to the resilient channel method, but it is has advantages of being 1. much cheaper, 2. much sturdier, 3. allows the possibility of securing shelves or heavy items t...
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Sat, 26 Jul 2008 19:22:24 PDT