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Summer Sounds - Building a 12 Volt Sound System for Outdoor Use Part 3: Amplification and the Finishing Touches.
Audio path and DC wiring, adding a voltage regulator, and testing.
Gluing, painting and fitting components In the first part of this series of blogs I set out my
Renovating the EHT power supplies in a pair of Quad ESL57 loudspeakers.
Setting up the Raspberry Pi and MMDVM Host software.
A highly portable and efficient PA system for use with the Red Tin DJ system at music festivals.
This is the second part of the article of the second prototype of the wireless power transfer system using the inductive link for the rehabilitation. This article is including the software part and the receiver board part.
Building a Portable DJ System into a Traditional Red Metal Toolbox Part 4: Adding a Cold Cathode Tube VU Meter
Adding a Cold Cathode Tube VU Meter for extra visual impact
Building a Portable DJ System into a Traditional Red Metal Toolbox Part 3: A Stereo Korg Nutube Pre-Amp
Adding a dual-channel “Nutube” pre-amp to the Red Tin to achieve a warm sound when playing digital music.
Building a neat 12v power distribution system.
We're not all lucky enough to have access to maker spaces or have our garages/workshops to work on our projects. I have designed a compact/portable tabletop workbench to work on my projects which neatly packs away into a bookshelf.
With autonomous and self-driving technology being a driving force behind contemporary robotics, I was inspired to build a modular, maker-friendly platform for developing autonomous systems of my own design, which has been documented in this article.
Part 1: How the “Red Tin” came about and starting the Version 3 build.