You could also say that I’m an Audiophile, with a special interest in tweaking and collecting Vintage Audio. Okay folks, in this tutorial I’m gonna show you how to make an ultra-portable, mini, digital boombox (sans speakers).
The idea here is that you can very easily carry this (boombox) around and connect it up to any set of speakers and a digital source such as a tablet, smartphone, Raspberry Pi (running XBMC or Squeezeplug), and enjoy quality music, where-ever, when-ever. What you should end up with is a mini boombox similar to the one in the picture below – the black box, that is.
Notice that I have both my smartphone as well as a Raspberry Pi (in the picture above) and this is only because I’m using the smartphone as a Squeezeplug remote to control the music. This mini-boombox has now gone on to both encase the Lepai amplifier, as well as enclose the components contained within the shelves of the mini audio-racks shown in this project of mine. All right, so let’s get down to the business of showing you how to build this mini-boombox for yourself.
To start off, put your Lepai amplifier into the box and center it as accurately as possible. With that done, you will now need to drill four holes in each inside bottom corner of the box.
The picture below shows the circled all-thread rods (in the black-box) and the super-strong, rare-earth magnets (glued to each corner of the lid). With all of the cut-outs completed, you may now go ahead and paint (or stain, if that’s what you prefer) your mini-boombox. Now, ensure that the USB cables for both your hard drive, as well as the DAC remain inside the box, since they need to be connected to the powered USB hub. Needless to say, the power supply for the USB hub must also exit the box, in order to connect to your power source and provide power to the hub.
The following two pictures show you a front and rear view of how things are laid out internally. Here once again is how my setup looks, without my floor-standing speakers in the picture though.
I’m sure at least some of you will have better tools, skills and experience in painting, woodworking or machining, and that will most certainly help you end up with a much better looking product than mine. In this instructables, we will learn how to create a fully controlled IoT Raspberry Pi Robot. Hi there!Been a while since I last made one of these instructables, no worries, I haven't been low on making stuff just low on making the instructions for it.However! This is complete information regarding my new project junoon-360° (Homemade quadcopter).
Regulated power supply or variable power supply are most common electronic devices that every electronic engineer or hobby electrician must have. So my son Doon spots a very cool party light made of old coke bottles and the gooey innards of Glow Sticks, and asks if we can make one for his upcoming School Exams Are Over Blowout PartAYYY!!!


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That being said, I do prefer to hear my music through the Sansui receiver (at least while I’m listening at home). Yep, for some reason this setup sounds way, way better than even my basement setup, which includes a tube-based setup of a vintage Heathkit power-amp, and a vintage Dynaco pre-amp, connected to a pair of vintage Wharfedale speakers (with 10″ woofers). After securing the amplifier in place, go ahead and insert the DAC into its rectangular slot at the rear. The only USB cable that should exit out of the box (via the rear top-right opening) is the one from the USB hub, and it will end up in one of the USB ports of your Raspberry Pi (if you’re using one). If you decide to go that route, you will have a setup similar to the one in the picture below. The idea is to control the robot (or anything), using low level commands written with shell scripts commanded straight from the HTML page.
This is my new instructable in which i am going to show you how to make a mobile charger at home in reasonable price. In this Instructables guide I will show you how to make your own Bluetooth controlled unlock door system by using the Arduino uno board. Discus what autonomous means, the differences from nonautonomous, and what a robot needs (controller, actuators, sensors, power supply ). The claw can grasp light objects like pom poms and styrofoam cups, and is a great introduction to a very forgiving linear actuator mechanism. You must buy several layers of plywood, cut them precisely and at an angle, and then use an incredible amount of wood glue to get it all sticking together.
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Mozete naci mnoga napajanja sa raznim cijenama, ali zasto davati novce kada mozete sami probati napraviti regulirano napajanje koje ce biti sasvim dovoljno i snazno za vecinu stvari! But buying one may be costlier lets get our hands dirty and build one for ourselves using the Arduino micro controllers .
If you are a beginner with Arduino and are nervous about complexity I encourage you to give this a try as I will try to as helpful as I can and its always best to jump into a project if you want to learn more. Once you have those measurements, use a pencil and draw the rectangular shape on the outside front face of the box. With that in place you will now want to drop in your hard drive, and ensure that it sits flush with the top of the amplifier. The next component you want to put in place is the DAC, and ensure that it’s held securely in the opening. I made my own circuit by using the ATmega328 micro controller but this is an optional step. Then take your rotary tool and start cutting out the rectangle by using an appropriate cutting bit.
This will allow for your powered USB hub (which goes in next) to just about reach the top of your box (assuming you’re using the same one as I did), and allow for the lid to close evenly. Once that’s installed, you then want to lay down your hard drive over the top of the amplifier, and to the front of your DAC. Then having any copper wire design you like around it, touching the positive side of the battery and the magnets. After the rectangle is cut, remember to cut two quarter inch slits towards the bottom, on either side of the amplifier (shown circled red in the picture below). Remember to keep the USB cables of both the DAC as well as the hard drive inside the box, since they connect up to the USB ports of your powerd USB hub.
It's simply a basic universal troubleshooting manual for common RC problems based on my experience. This is required in order for the amplifier to be pushed outwards slightly, so that it stays flush with the outside face of the wooden box.
Next up is the USB hub, which is laid on top of the hard drive, towards the front of the box. The USB cable of the hub must exit out the box (if you’re connecting it to a Raspberry Pi), as must the power supply cable.
A For now, if there are bugs you want--Just let me know and I'll get them tied up for you.



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