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im working with scrap parts from a junk radio, cant seem to find a 30k resistor, highest i could find was around 22k, will that work?
it would technically be safe if what you are powering uses that voltage but not for devices. if you are wanting to use it for a phone you will need a transformer that will drop the voltage to 5v ac first and some form of capacitor on the dc side.A more efficient (but bulky ) method would be to use a 12v transformer but with a 7805 chip and a capacitor on the dc side. make sure your capacitor is the same or higher voltage than your output voltage. otherwise the cap would overload and explode.
i know a good bit on electronics. i ts just been a while since i have made my own. Been spoiling myself with premade ones
not possible with atari but i have seen people to get the linux kernel running on nintendo 64
the lm386 is pretty bulletproof from my experience and i know that speaker should work because i have used some like it before.
try it.the worst that could happen is it being too loud or too quiet
radioshack. or you could salvage from old electronics.
color changing led power light. and rgb light strips down the sides
i need help. mine is from hp g61. camera model is QCM03J and i cant find anything on google. the colors are: red and brown twisted together,orange,yellow and green. the yellow and green appear ton have direct continuity to the screw holes. the yellow and green also appear to have direct continuity to each other
this is my transmitter. it has 4 channels. 88.1,88.5,88.9,89.3.the pcb i soldered to the battery compartment and i cant find my iron.
is there a way to do this in android?
I buy mine at dollar tree. lol
green is left red is Right black is grond.Connect green and red to the input pin and black to ground and that should work