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Agreed. :)"3. Carefully solder the wires to all of the correct connections. Take your time and refer to the schematic to make sure you do them correctly."
Was thinking about doing something like this. :)I might go a step further and put a built-in mic as well as a mic input. Will need to look into clip or squelch for over loud peak situations.
Ah never mind. I hadn't read all the way through. ;) :DI see why now.
Curious as to why you used 3 separate current limiting resistors on the R, G, and B lines, instead of just one on the common (black) line? :)
Cool project !
Large Wire Bender
Heh... I posted a reply to someone here 3 years ago... and all of a sudden I am getting emails about comments on it.I think the original post and my reply and others has been removed, which is fine. :)Really not interested in carrying on a 3 year old argument. :DI still have this Instructable as a Favorite... ;)The really fun thing to do in a situation like this is to use glow in the dark epoxy or Ultra Violet stuff. :)
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