Cardboard Box "Mini Amp"

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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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    Misac-kunpfred2

    Reply 7 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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    pfred2Misac-kun

    Reply 7 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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    Misac-kunpfred2

    Reply 7 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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    pfred2Misac-kun

    Reply 7 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.