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amplifier electronics Linux Raspberry Pi

Adding radio streams to the cooler with a Raspberry Pi

Using a Raspberry Pi and the program MPD to enhance my audio cooler

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3D modeling 3d printing amplifier electronics

Making a tiny audio system for our cooler (part 2)

A made a 3d printed enclosure for the audio components that fits in the coolers lid together with a simple console to operate the audio

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amplifier electronics

Making a tiny audio system for our cooler (part 1)

I’m selecting components for the audio cooler that I’m going to build. The components need to be tiny to fit in the coolers lid

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3D modeling 3d printing electronics

Case for a FM-radio (Velleman MK194)

Making good use of a 3d printer

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3D modeling electronics woodworking

What to make for Valentine’s day?

Looking for an idea for Valentine’s day. Look no further.

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amplifier electronics woodworking

Darth Vader voice changer 2.0 part 5: finished

This is the last of a series of five where I design and build a Darth Vader chest box with the HT8950A chip. The series involves all the instructions for the electronics, laser cutting and a bit of 3d printing.

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3D modeling amplifier electronics laser cutting

Darth Vader voice changer 2.0 part 4: almost finished

This is the fourth of a series of five where I design and build a Darth Vader chest box with the HT8950A chip. The series involves all the instructions for the electronics, laser cutting and a bit of 3d printing.

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amplifier electronics laser cutting woodworking

Darth Vader voice changer 2.0 part 3: amplifying and case revisited

This is the third of a series of five where I design and build a Darth Vader chest box with the HT8950A chip. The series involves all the instructions for the electronics, laser cutting and a bit of 3d printing.

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electronics

Darth Vader voice changer 2.0 part 1: the HT8950A chip

This is the first of a series of five where I design and build a Darth Vader chest box with the HT8950A chip. The series involves all the instructions for the electronics, laser cutting and a bit of 3d printing.

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electronics Make:Electronics

Building a robot cart (Experiment 32 of Make:Electronics) finished

In my previous post about the robot cart I described how I finished the cart and tested the circuit on the breadboard. I only had to solder the circuit to the perf board and mount the board on the cart. Simple, right. Unfortunately it wasn’t that simple. After soldering I tested the board and discovered […]