Cardboard Box "Mini Amp"

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Introduction: Cardboard Box "Mini Amp"

About: DIYer and enthusiast of everything. I have been tinkering with a variety of things since my childhood, from simple electronics to workshop and audiovisual.

This mini amp was made whit a Sony Walkman cardboard box, the sound is nothing more than a LM386 chip can do alone. It's works pretty well and is very light.

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    7 Comments

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    pfred2
    pfred2

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I'm feeling a little in the dark after viewing this.

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    matokage
    matokage

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    LOL! Excuses for the poor quality fotos, i had taken em' from my cell fone and it don't work well on incandecent lit places. Some times it's a pain!

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    pfred2
    pfred2

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Not all of the pictures I take are prize winners either. Sometimes I use photo editing software to try to boost the light levels a bit on pictures I take that come out really poorly. It doesn't magically make them great pictures, but it helps.

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    vknotty
    vknotty

    Reply 7 months ago

    WOW you almost spelt incandescent correctly! You show potential young sir. Keep up the good work and tell your guardians it’s the age automation and there’s no excuse for a young aspiring instructor posting these inadequate demonstrations. It’s practically required for you to have decent recording device.

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    matokage
    matokage

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    LOL! i use gimp too but for game making (like backdrops and title screens) but for photos i use fireworks, i know it's not for photo editing but i'm REALLY used to this program.

    anyways thanks for the tip buddy

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    pfred2
    pfred2

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    You should get into Blender. It seems to be where it is at today. Back when I tried it long ago I couldn't make heads or tails of it myself, but I hear its gotten a lot better since then. I managed to get it to render a sphere in the dark, well I think I did, what I ended up with was darker than your pictures LOL!

    I've done some stuff with POVray but it can be a bit brutal to get it to do much. Whenever I mess with stuff like that I start shopping for a new PC so I'm holding off for now.