Hi-Fi Bass, Treble, Presence Tone Control Circuit

In this post we learn how to make a simple yet Hi-Fi super tone control circuit featuring adjustable bass, treble, and presence control circuit using potentiometers and processed using opamps. This specific tone control features a couple of control knobs or pots which enable you to vary the presence of bass and treble within an […]

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Simple Microphone (MIC) Amplifier Circuits using Transistors

The first one is a single transistor simple microphone circuit, very simple to hook up using an electret microphone or MIC and an audio amplifier. Typically the 10K resistor within the microphone’s positive port offers this specific vital voltage for the procedure. The capacitor of 100nF on that particular network prevents the DC component of […]

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5 Input Microphone Mixer Amplifier Circuit using a Single IC

This circuit enables the user to blend in one 5 separate signals from 5 dynamic low-impedance microphones and a couple of external auxiliary inputs, which can be electret-type microphones or even actually amplified inputs for example those from your CD player or a phone. The circuit really is easy and is made up of feedback […]

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Simple Microphone Amplifier Circuit with Bass Treble

The post details regarding a simple microphone (MIC) amplifier circuit which includes built in bass and treble control feature. The active components of the circuit (amplifiers A1 and A2) proven in figure 1 are within IC1. A1 runs as a non-inverting amplifier along with the microphone input is given to pin 1 through coupling capacitor […]

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Simple Electronic Gong Circuit

The discussed electronic gong circuit initiates a couple of solenoids in sequence to affect two chimes or gongs one while your doorbell is pushed. another whenever it is released. Any time pushhutton S1 the front doorbell is first pushed C2 immediately charges. This stops switch rebound. that might result in solenoid L2 to activate ahead […]

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Simple Electronic Gong Circuit

This electronic gong circuit simulates the sound of a bell or a gong; The circuit consists of a resonant filter, built around IC2 and IC3, which rings at its resonant frequency when a short pulse is fed to the input. In this circuit the trigger pulse is provided by a 555 timer connected as a […]

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Simple Bass Treble Tone Control Circuit

The explained bass treble tone controller circuit not only facilitates the control of the bass, treble frequencies but also the mid range frequencies using its efficient 3 way tone control circuit providing an excellent custom music output as preferred by the user. As shown in the figure below the circuit employs opamps for the processing […]

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Subwoofer Amplifier Circuit – High Power

The post explains a simple high power subwoofer amplifier circuit which could be used for driving high bass subwoofer speakers and home theater systems. A Subwoofer is actually a loudspeaker which will develop audio signals of lower frequencies. The initial subwoofer amplifier had been engineered in 1970 by Ken Kreisler. It is fundamentally employed to […]

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Make this Quadraphonic Sound System Circuit

Quadraphonic Sound System (4 channel Sound) circuit is the most sophisticated sound system and gives a true feeling of music. Monophonic sound system is the simplest of all the audio systems. Monophonic or the single channel music system is unable to give the feeling of space, depth and displacement. In the case of stereophonic reproduction […]

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Simple Radio Circuit

This simple radio circuit is in essence a crystal radio having an audio amplifier that is definitely pretty sensitive and obtains a number of powerful programs in a given area by using a 10 foot antenna. Lengthier antennas is going to deliver a more powerful reception nevertheless the selectivity could be compromized and powerful channels may […]

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