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Oh, I forgot it. Thank you.Unless the LEDs are each rated for 12V they could be destroyed, because they have no current-limiting resistors in series.
Connecting LEDs in parallel, as shown, can result in uneven brightness, because no two LEDs are identical and the one with the lowest Vf (forward voltage) will hog most of the current.
Yes, I want when I turn on the music, the led lights will blink to the music and I can adjust the speaker volume at the same time. It's similar to a computer speaker with LEDs, but it's a little simplerWhat it the reason for putting them together?
Do you want the circuits to interact in some way?
yesWhat do you want the combined circuit to do? Modulate The LED brightness with whatever sound is being sent to the speaker?
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