This is an active stereo tone control circuit using very well known op-amp IC of TL072. The circuit include mic pre-amp and mixer control. In this design, we have two inputs: one for line (stereo), one for microphone and has control of the three audio frequency (high/treble, medium and low/bass). It also provide balance control… Read More »
Here is the circuit diagram and PCB design for relatively low cost DIY bass guitar preamp pedal uses FET K117 or equivalent. There is a bit difficult to build this kind circuit project, it’s require a good knowledge in electronics. This preamp has several features for the bass guitar instrument such as attenuator, low cut, mid… Read More »
This is the circuit diagram of mic condenser amplifier. The low-cost and compact mic condenser audio amplifier described right here is deliver good-quality audio of 0.5 watts at 4.5 volts. It could possibly be applied as a part of low-power transmitters, packet radio receivers, intercoms and walkie-talkies.
This is a simple and low cost Tube Head Vacuum Tube pre-amp circuit designed bu PAiA electronics: Vcc – Pin 1 IC1 +12v – Pin 8 IC2, IC3, IC4 -12v – Pin 4 IC2, IC3, IC4 Ground – Pin 8 IC1 IC1 – 4049 CMOS Hex Inverting Buffer IC2, 3, 4 – 5532 Dual Low-Noise… Read More »
Here the simple mic pre-amp circuit design based on single IC LM358. The circuit is very simple, inexpensive and easy to built. This mic pre-amplifier circuit operated with 9V DC voltage, you may use 9V battery for this circuit. Component Parts List: R1, R3, R4 = 10K R2 = 1K R5 = 100K-1M Potensiometer C1… Read More »
The following diagram is the circuit diagram of tube mic pre amplifier 12AX7. This circuit is little hard to built. You must have an intermediate or advanced skills to build this circuit. All capacitors with value of 33uF are 16V, while the all others are 50V unless marked otherwise. Resistors marked with “#” are 1%… Read More »
This is a simple audio pre-amplifier circuit using single transistor 2N3904. This easy circuit provides good gain to weak audio signals such as electret microphone. Use it in front of an RF oscillator to make an RF transmitter that’s very sensitive to sound. Power supply used for this circuit is wide range from 3VDC to… Read More »