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how to make Water Dancing to music Answered

how to make Water Dancing to music like here: /watch?v=V__gXW8lSAw?

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DiamondStarz8
DiamondStarz8

5 years ago

My speakers work fine; the music plays through to both speakers clearly. But the problem is that in order for the water to dance, the volume has to be turned all the way up. Is there a way to fix this? I don't want to blow my speakers.

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agraves1
agraves1

7 years ago

What I find really interesting is that they are extremely dependant on volume. It seems that one volume setting can be the difference between nothing happening and the perfect show.

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itge13
itge13

7 years ago

would be great if you would make such a project :)

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bluemini17
bluemini17

7 years ago

im still intrigued. could it be the movement of the speaker cone that creates the air pressure and thus the bubbles? perhaps using a one way valve? has anyone taken them apart yet? i might buy some

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chardlz13
chardlz13

7 years ago

Building them is easy, simply hooking up the speakers and using probably 4 small pumps or jets and some LEDs attached to them but the hard part is the programming behind the orders to match the equalizer

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itge13
itge13

8 years ago

thanks for your answer. you think there are 4 small air pumps? do you know how du buil such a circuit?

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

8 years ago

LEDs and an air pump by the look of it.