Simply-designed outboard DAC improves computer audio quality. Scot Hacker is the author of O’Reilly’s MP3: The Definitive Guide, and writes about music for Stuck Between Stations.
By day, he’s a webmaster and trainer for the Knight Digital Media Center at UC Berkeley. A few weeks ago, during a spell of unusually dry winter weather, I went to unplug a pair of Grado SR-80 headphones from my iMac. A spark of static electricity leapt from my fingers, I heard a brief crackling sound, and then… [silence]. From that moment forward, the headphone/speaker jack on the back of the Mac has refused to work, and only “Internal Speakers” showed up in the System Preferences Sound panel.
My trusty work Mac had gone mute. My only options were either to send the Mac in for repair or switch to USB audio output. Make a Yamaha Synth for less than £25.00 « joebrown.org.uk. Shown below is the near-completed synth.
This clearly shows the Yamaha daughterboard, with it’s 26 pin header top right, plugged into the breakout-board I made. On the BOB, are mounted everything else except the power-supply, which was kept deliberately separate. I mounted a small fan, underneath the DB50XG, and provided an exit vent for warm air beside the audio output sockets, thus ensuring that heat is drawn away from the unit, and from the heatsinks on the three regulators.
My almost-completed synthesizer. In the following schematic, you will notice that most of it is concerned with powering the daughterboard. You may prefer to use an existing supply, (or supplies) and omit if necessary some of the PSU components. Audio Projects, Schematics,etc. Diy audio. WAV Trigger Online User Guide – robertsonics. WAV Trigger Online User Guide Back to the top Powering the WAV Trigger The WAV Trigger is typically powered through the on-board 5.5×2.1mm barrel jack.
The allowable input voltage range is 6 to 12VDC, and the jack is center-positive. Electronic Circuits.
Audiophile. Index of /diy/Schematics/Tone Control and EQs. Index of /diy/Schematics/Tone Control and EQs. Audio projects, circuits and audio kits. Simple Mixer Schematics. Simple Mixer Schematics PREAMBLE: I've been cooking audio circuits for so long now I no-longer need a recipe.
A lot of the theory I have forgotten over the years because I've just gotten to know the circuits by instinct. But this should serve as something of a guide to designing mixers from scratch. The idea: Most people reading this would be well aware of what a mixer is used for but I'll reiterate here. The job of an Audio mixer is to combine various audio signals into a single audio signal. It is better known in electronic terms as a summing circuit. Muting Transistor Attenuator Circuits and the 2SC2878. Among semiconductors, the muting transistor and its audio application is perhaps the most obscure and poorly understood of all.
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