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Quick Tip: Make a Guitar Practice Amp for Under $35

Turn a guitar headphone amp and a vibration speaker into a decent practice amp.
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How to Hack a Talking Chewbacca Mask

John Park replaces the fixed audio chip on his Chewie mask with a programmable one. Hilarity ensues.
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Upcycle Glass Spheres into Unique Speaker Enclosures

If you were to create a speaker enclosure, conventional wisdom would have you starting with medium density fiberboard (MDF), or, possibly, some other wood product. Ryan Sweeney, however, decided instead to use a thick glass cylinder for each speaker, m…

New Project: Build a Bare-Bones “Skeleton” Amplifier

This see-through mini-chip amplifier sounds ridiculously good. Build it with common materials and enjoy music played through a component you made yourself.
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Projects with Ryan Slaugh: Simple Amplifier

Building upon my last video, I’ve decided to make a simple circuit using some op-amps.  One is the general op-amp LM741. The other is a specific op-amp, LM386, that is designed for audio amplification. This circuit can be used to amplify microph…