I am working on a project to detect sound from a mic and process that sound in Raspberry Pi4B. The Mic(Link below) has a digital putout.
The Raspberry Pi4B doesn't have an ADC so, in theory, the Mic module should be ideal. The question...
Considering this simple circuit
When I connect it as shown the sound became amplified for 2 seconds then it stops. So I have to connect the jack to pin 3 instead of pin 1 ..
how to fix this
Thanks a lot.
I bought DIY amplifier board.
And now I am trying to find what I did wrong. It can work for about 2 seconds and then sound dissappear.
But power stays on, and LED is glowing
I connected 24 volt toroid to start the board. In description it says that circuit is designed for 12 to 36 AC...
I recently built a scale model of the Jurassic Park Entrance gates but when I was getting ready to finally be done with it I had the thought I could add a servo or two in order to make the doors automatic.
In researching this I decided, well, why don't I add a soundboard and some mini...
Hello i am thinking of making a Bluetooth sound bar out of my old laptop lenovo laptop ( ideapad 510) internal speakers, from the internet i learnt that you need to change the digital signal to analog and then amplify the signal before connecting it to the speaker. I am a little worried about...