Ridiculous! You need to match the pots, i’m lefting now
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Who the hell would carry that about?!
Why wouldnt you use a dual wiper pot? So that way you can control both
channels with one knob and know they both have exactly the same settings.
I guess its because “it’s not available at Radioshack”
TDA2822m would have been a better choice for a headphone amp
can u use this for a car stereo ?
This looks like a mono amp?
Can I use a 12V adapter with this amplifier?
Super project! What’s the music used in this video?
its better for a subwoofer i think!
LM386 = Not too good choice on this. Noisy as hell. It works if you need
loud, but not if you need clear with loud.
too many resistors
Is there a way to use One pot to change the bass instead of having to match
Lol, I like how he’s adding bass boost to one of the best pairs of
headphones out there (Sony MDR-7506′s) that do a decent job anyway
what size project box did you use?
how long you been working on this video?
Why not just make a cmoy amp?
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Weekend Projects – Bass Bump Headphone Amp
I like the effort put into making the graphics in the video very
I’ve never used one of those, but I DID take a capacitor out of a stereo
system and touched it to my tongue. It was the size of my fist at the time,
and it tasted like blue. It was possibly the 6th dumbest thing I have ever
done with electronics.
What about the usage of other batteries? Also I’d like to see a video for
the mint tin being used as a solar charger for multiple devices. Thank you.
Wow…a project without the overkill of an Arduino! I can actually give
this video a like!
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