Make Your Subwoofer Rave!

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    AiridasJ

    2 years ago

    Would this work with LED strips? I want to add some to my car so they would react to my car's subwoofer.

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    Sutty5AiridasJ

    Reply 2 years ago

    LED Strips require a higher voltage, usually 12v. You would need to use a mosfet transistor with the woofer across Gate and source and additional power input (the 12v battery) across Source and Drain with the LED strip in series. I'll mock up a schematic if you need to illustrate this for you.