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  • Mokhtar Sagafi commented on tonep's instructable Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier10 months ago
    Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier

    All of this came from you.Thank you

    Hi tonepThere is just one question i need to be answered:I'm currently using a single 4 ohm speaker (I'm searching for the same look since but haven't found one), and when i use the potentiometer to get higher sounds, the light dims on powerful BOOM and the sound goes off for a second and then the same thing (this only happens on the too high volumes).Is it because of my power supply, or it's just normal according to my single speaker usage?Best regards

    All of this, came from you.Because actually this wasn't my first time trying, but this time, it sounds really good.Thank you

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  • Mokhtar Sagafi made the instructable Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier10 months ago
    Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both compute...

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    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both computer and smartphone driving the boom-box.The humming is not considerable, because my PC's case has lots of fans and make a lot of humming and other things๐Ÿ˜… anyway.And there it is, amazingly powerful sound according to the size of the module.I spent nearly half for the same thing I could have bought in my place Tabriz, Iran.One thing I'd love to be answered is that actually the LED light faints a little bit when the speakers make a shock at higher volume, is this because of my power supply? Or it's just a normal thing?And I should mention that this green LED I used has a very efficient Vd, maybe near 0.3 volts... Can this be cause of the problem?And finally this is the green rage beast๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  • Mokhtar Sagafi made the instructable Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier10 months ago
    Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both compute...

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    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both computer and smartphone driving the boom-box.The humming is not considerable, because my PC's case has lots of fans and make a lot of humming and other things๐Ÿ˜… anyway.And there it is, amazingly powerful sound according to the size of the module.I spent nearly half for the same thing I could have bought in my place Tabriz, Iran.One thing I'd love to be answered is that actually the LED light faints a little bit when the speakers make a shock at higher volume, is this because of my power supply? Or it's just a normal thing?And I should mention that this green LED I used has a very efficient Vd, maybe near 0.3 volts... Can this be cause of the problem?And finally this is the green rage beast๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  • Mokhtar Sagafi made the instructable Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier10 months ago
    Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both compute...

    see more »

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both computer and smartphone driving the boom-box.The humming is not considerable, because my PC's case has lots of fans and make a lot of humming and other things๐Ÿ˜… anyway.And there it is, amazingly powerful sound according to the size of the module.I spent nearly half for the same thing I could have bought in my place Tabriz, Iran.One thing I'd love to be answered is that actually the LED light faints a little bit when the speakers make a shock at higher volume, is this because of my power supply? Or it's just a normal thing?And I should mention that this green LED I used has a very efficient Vd, maybe near 0.3 volts... Can this be cause of the problem?And finally this is the green rage beast๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  • Mokhtar Sagafi made the instructable Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier10 months ago
    Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both compute...

    see more »

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both computer and smartphone driving the boom-box.The humming is not considerable, because my PC's case has lots of fans and make a lot of humming and other things๐Ÿ˜… anyway.And there it is, amazingly powerful sound according to the size of the module.I spent nearly half for the same thing I could have bought in my place Tabriz, Iran.One thing I'd love to be answered is that actually the LED light faints a little bit when the speakers make a shock at higher volume, is this because of my power supply? Or it's just a normal thing?And I should mention that this green LED I used has a very efficient Vd, maybe near 0.3 volts... Can this be cause of the problem?And finally this is the green rage beast๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  • Mokhtar Sagafi made the instructable Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier10 months ago
    Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both compute...

    see more »

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both computer and smartphone driving the boom-box.The humming is not considerable, because my PC's case has lots of fans and make a lot of humming and other things๐Ÿ˜… anyway.And there it is, amazingly powerful sound according to the size of the module.I spent nearly half for the same thing I could have bought in my place Tabriz, Iran.One thing I'd love to be answered is that actually the LED light faints a little bit when the speakers make a shock at higher volume, is this because of my power supply? Or it's just a normal thing?And I should mention that this green LED I used has a very efficient Vd, maybe near 0.3 volts... Can this be cause of the problem?And finally this is the green rage beast๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  • Mokhtar Sagafi made the instructable Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier10 months ago
    Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both compute...

    see more »

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both computer and smartphone driving the boom-box.The humming is not considerable, because my PC's case has lots of fans and make a lot of humming and other things๐Ÿ˜… anyway.And there it is, amazingly powerful sound according to the size of the module.I spent nearly half for the same thing I could have bought in my place Tabriz, Iran.One thing I'd love to be answered is that actually the LED light faints a little bit when the speakers make a shock at higher volume, is this because of my power supply? Or it's just a normal thing?And I should mention that this green LED I used has a very efficient Vd, maybe near 0.3 volts... Can this be cause of the problem?And finally this is the green rage beast๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  • Mokhtar Sagafi made the instructable Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier10 months ago
    Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both compute...

    see more »

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both computer and smartphone driving the boom-box.The humming is not considerable, because my PC's case has lots of fans and make a lot of humming and other things๐Ÿ˜… anyway.And there it is, amazingly powerful sound according to the size of the module.I spent nearly half for the same thing I could have bought in my place Tabriz, Iran.One thing I'd love to be answered is that actually the LED light faints a little bit when the speakers make a shock at higher volume, is this because of my power supply? Or it's just a normal thing?And I should mention that this green LED I used has a very efficient Vd, maybe near 0.3 volts... Can this be cause of the problem?And finally this is the green rage beast๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  • Mokhtar Sagafi made the instructable Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier10 months ago
    Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both compute...

    see more »

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both computer and smartphone driving the boom-box.The humming is not considerable, because my PC's case has lots of fans and make a lot of humming and other things๐Ÿ˜… anyway.And there it is, amazingly powerful sound according to the size of the module.I spent nearly half for the same thing I could have bought in my place Tabriz, Iran.One thing I'd love to be answered is that actually the LED light faints a little bit when the speakers make a shock at higher volume, is this because of my power supply? Or it's just a normal thing?And I should mention that this green LED I used has a very efficient Vd, maybe near 0.3 volts... Can this be cause of the problem?And finally this is the green rage beast๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  • Mokhtar Sagafi made the instructable Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier10 months ago
    Anyone Can Make This 10W+10W Amplifier

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both compute...

    see more »

    HiThis amplifier project is totally simplified and described nice and functional.So firstly I would like to thank tonep for sharing such a useful thing in a perfect way๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.I used a not working set-top box's 14.57V(which is dropped to 14.27v 'cause of Safety Diode) noiseless power. Connected to my boom-box๐Ÿ˜ with a standard low resistance coaxial cable. Very low humming.And two 4 ohm full range speakers which I dig out of old not working stuff...One thing I should say is that when there is no sound thing, there is humming (ear on the speaker). But when you start to play a song or something, just some milliseconds before the music begins, the hum gets away. I think there is a communication technique used in here, which is not related to the input thing, because I got that in both computer and smartphone driving the boom-box.The humming is not considerable, because my PC's case has lots of fans and make a lot of humming and other things๐Ÿ˜… anyway.And there it is, amazingly powerful sound according to the size of the module.I spent nearly half for the same thing I could have bought in my place Tabriz, Iran.One thing I'd love to be answered is that actually the LED light faints a little bit when the speakers make a shock at higher volume, is this because of my power supply? Or it's just a normal thing?And I should mention that this green LED I used has a very efficient Vd, maybe near 0.3 volts... Can this be cause of the problem?And finally this is the green rage beast๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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