Music controlled 12V Led bank's

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  1. Chris15

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    Hello

    Does anyone have a reliable, working, good quality circuit schematic of music sync'd Led's? I need 2 banks of 12V Led's to flash in sync with music. that's pretty much it...

    My supply voltage max is 12V (a car battery)

    Thanks bro
     
  2. Wendy

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  3. Chris15

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    With this circuit how do i connect this all together? i dont understand this schemtaic???
     
  4. Wendy

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    Actually it is two schematics, the second (example B) for a bank of LEDs. It is pretty standard electronics. I take it you don't have any experience?
     
  5. Wendy

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    One other thing, if this is automotive it will violate our TOS (Terms of Service). I did a quick back ground check, you have another thread for pulsing headlights that was closed. I may not particularly like the automotive restrictions, but I will enforce them.
     
  6. Chris15

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    I understand all the stuff on there, simple stuff but the U1 etc it is a triangle, and there is no parts list? how am i suppose to know what to buy?

    Also, yes this is to put on a car, and the car is not road registered it is for a paddock. So the TOS or watever and road regulations has nothing to do with these electronics
     
  7. Wendy

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    I am sorry, but that is not how it works. If it is for a automobile (road worthy or not) then it is not allowed here. I would suggest using another site for this line of inquiry, such as ElectroTech, a site similar to this one but without the automotive rules. It tends to be rough on beginners.

    If you really read through the tutorial I wrote I suspect you will find all your questions are answered, but when learning electronics (which is what you are trying to do) there is no substitute for reading. I suggest buying a protoboard and start learning how to wire circuits, or buy the appropriate kit from Velleman.

    So now I need to close this thread. I'm going to attach the stock response on this because it also has some other automotive thread references.

    Good luck.

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    • Any kind of over-unity devices and systems
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    There will be enough sites where automotive questions can be discussed :
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