Dose any one know a simple audio recording schematic with a audio jack? the audio jack would be for recording.
Posted by minecraftpotato 4 years ago
I would like to use it to have to audio input and have one output to my amp
Asked by KdogK 1 year ago
Anyone suggest me some good way to do it.
Asked by Rajkumar2506 8 months ago
Asked by jorjer 6 years ago
Recently I decided to make a speaker pair to my computer, and I remembered that I already read in a book that transistors can be used to amplify signals. If I can use it to amplify signals please tell me how.
Asked by tgferreira184 5 years ago
I have any old longplays, and I wish converts them to MP3. I have too an old turntable, but it lacks the pick-up. I think that perhaps from a pair of headphones, a transducer can be manufactured. Someone can give me some suggestion?
Posted by rimar2000 9 years ago
Asked by Pavlex4 3 years ago
I have a stereo 1/8" (3.5mm) plug to stripped wires that i don't have use for anymore. ideas for making it useful is what i'm askin for.
Asked by Houdinipeter 8 years ago
I want to make a sensor that will cause a sound system to emit music. There are some 'ibles for making soft-circuit sensors, but I want to make it so that a speaker produces sounds when an object triggers a sensor. When somebody stands on this sensor, sound will come from a speaker. I don't have any experience with electronics but I can learn. Sorry if my explanation is repetitive.
Asked by Psypomp 6 years ago
How audio in FM station to convert in audio to frequency & how can it transmit in to transmitter?
Asked by jagadeesh.rk 5 years ago
[404:details not found] Is there a way to change betwen two 3.5mm audio ports with only one switch?
Asked by Ro_Usr 3 years ago
Yeah it's so anoying so any help would be helpfull
Asked by Goomanhimer 8 years ago
I have a StereoStream bluetooth audio receiver (http://i.ebayimg.com/t/Bluetooth-Audio-Receiver-/00/s/Njg3WDYyMw==/z/590AAOxyzHxRR5IV/$T2eC16N,!w0E9szN%28muuBRR5IUpUCg~~60_3.JPG) can I solder another 3.5mm jack with this one onto the circuit board and get audio out of both jacks?
Asked by missing04link 4 years ago
Hi, I have an amplifier that only has one input, but I was hoping to have a bluetooth connection, as well as a 3.5mm audio jack. I was wondering if there was a way that I could do this? and that preferably it would switch automatically based on which is being used?
Posted by Fozzibehr 3 years ago
I like to add a bluetooth audio receiver to a Sonos Active speaker. I would like to build it inside the speaker so it looks nice too. I assume I have to get one of the Bluetooth Audio receiver boards like this http://www.dx.com/p/xs3868-bluetooth-v2-0-stereo-audio-module-green-385930#.VVPymNNViuc . I think I should be able to find a 5volt connection somewhere in the Sonos speaker to power this unit and then have to hook it up to the AUX connection in parallel to get the audio going. I was wondering if someone knows of a good bluetooth audio adapter that can pair multiple devices. Also any other ideas or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks
Posted by nashmarkt 2 years ago
I want to be able to take music I have (legally) and change it around like remove the vocals or take out the bass and all that jazz.
Asked by dafweak 8 years ago
Can I swap 2n3773 in this circuit: http://www.electronica-pt.com/circuitos/en/audio-amplifiers/44-audio-amplifier-90-100w-with-2n3773.html
Asked by Davis Lambert 4 years ago
I need a device to do the following. One input source for stereo (ipod), one input source for mic. Two stereo outputs to headphones (ipod earbuds). The device would mix the input audio (with a volume control for the mic input) before sending it to both outputs. Is this something that can be bought? If not, anyone interested in making one?
Posted by Michaeli 9 years ago
I'm starting to develop audio circuits, and wanted to know what kinds of things, mostly in terms of output/input impedance, current, etc., I would need to get a start without blowing anything up. Is there a good starting point for learning these kinds of things?
Asked by BretMattingly 8 years ago
My two ipod classics crashed recently. At the same time I got a new car stereo that you can plug in usb sticks. It got me wondering, is there a portable audio device that I could plug these same usb sticks into to listen to music whilst I am walking/moving around?
Asked by JohnS895 1 year ago
If there is, I would like to know how. I Once I get my newest project "packaged" all nice and pretty, I want to demonstrate the sound quality as opposed to the mere squeak it was before. Before and after pics below...
Posted by Goodhart 9 years ago
Hi, Good day to all. I'm just new here and badly need help. Does anybody here knows any software or service where I can transcribe my audio files into text? I have tons of it in different formats and I have no time listening to all of it and transcribe it into words. I'm willing to spend a few bucks for it but better if it will be free. Thanks, Allan
Posted by AllanAlberts 4 years ago
Hello i'm fairly new to electronics but i'm a dab hand with the solderer i want to make an audio interface between my guitar and my pc. i was thinking of making a small amp having a 6.5mm socket for the input and instead of a speaker having a usb connection? is this even possible? is that why the ones on the market are so expensive? thanks for your time
Asked by 1slipperyfish 8 years ago
I am coordinating an exhibit on musical instruments and want to include a bunch of sound clips of music demonstrating how the instruments on display would sound if played. Does anyone have any suggestions for audio devices that could do this but still be (a.) cheap, (b.) sustain a lot of hands on activity,(c.) have good sound quality, and (d.) have the ability to be manipulated relatively easily by our visitors? Thanks for your help!
Posted by agentshna 10 years ago
It is the one that has a bunch of sounds and is supposed to play calming sounds to help u sleep. it is 6v powerd with an 8ohm speaker i want to use the circit bord for an audio amp. if there is anything u need to know about it please just ask.
Asked by ross33 6 years ago
Making a mixer bassed off of AUDIO 8 DJ http://www.native-instruments.com/index.php?id=audio8dj&ftu=bacefa846820ff7 or Nuo 4 http://www.eclerdjdivision.com/productCont.php?ap=2&sub=1&id=3I more interested in a simple version of the previous mentioned. Heres a simple version http://dpro.mackie.com/mixers/d2pro/I feel like the simple one would be more doable but if you manage to make the ones i mention first, then thats amazing.
Asked by bmjones 9 years ago
Hi I am trying to replace mini microphone (is very similar to mobile phone microphone) of Audio bug with more sensitive Standard electret microphone with intention that it pickup sound from more than 1 metre distance, and in doing so I am getting too much noise in Audio bug out-put. Do I need pre-amp? Is there any better way to do it? If pre-amp then how to harmonise out put of pre-amp to the input of audio bug? Any help..... Thank you.
Posted by ksaus 6 years ago
I recently bought a used car. It has a radio, but no faceplate. While I could probably find a replacement faceplate or even install a new radio myself. I want to see if I might be able to DIY my own stereo out of the bits of my radio I do have and maybe an MP3 player or something. I figure the amplifier and power systems are all hanging out in the box there. So all thats actually missing is the part that acutally makes the audio to send to the amp. Anyone out there know enough about car stereo to confirm/deny my thoughts on this and maybe provide some advice?
Posted by foxstele 8 years ago
Alrighty, I'm a n00b to this world but I'm really into it. I just bought a simple amplifier kit and put it together. It is a stereo amp but I am only getting output to one speaker. The only problem I can think of is how i rigged up the inputs. I took a 3.5mm jack and combined the ground from the left and right channels. Can you not do that? How do I fix this without running two individual mono channels? Thanks in advance!
Asked by abroadhead 3 years ago
Hi, I am working on a project where I need to recess a XLR jack. Currently, I am looking for a recessed box that can hold one or two XLR jacks. It seems as though any box I have found so far is rather pricey, and I am working on a fairly low budget. Does anyone have a place where a small recessed box can be purchased for a good price? I am hoping under $25. Your help is greatly appreciated.
Asked by sound91 5 years ago
Please there is this audio amplifier i have been working on, but have not been successful with it. i did check to make sure all my connections are OK. but what i am confused about is " dose it matter witch direction i connect my resistors" secondly "does it matter if i connect the resistor directly on the transistor collector arm or those it make the same if i use wires to make a longer connection? thanks. can anyone help?
Asked by RdNard 5 years ago
Good day, I had a samsung HT-40X home theater; however, the main unit died. So, I want to use the speaker and create a new audio system. The speakers spec are in the picture attached: http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/201104/20110420105805326/20070309090035250_X40_SEA.pdf thanks.
Posted by scastro10 2 years ago
Hi all, I have a sennheiser Mikroport Transmitter HiDyn plus Model BF 1083-V, and a compatible microphone Sennheiser MKE 2-1053 How can i test if the device is working when i have receiver system that i can use to receive audio signals. I have however a cordless headphones set but that i capable of detecting audio signals in the range 800-900 Hz. Whereas the said Sennheiser transmitter transmits in the range 244,600 to 249,900Hz thanks for your replies.
Asked by muhammajunaid 6 years ago