This is a simple active speaker protector circuit which has a very important use, expecially to protect the loudspeakers of a audio system. It prevent the speaker from noise sound when we turn on the power amplifier. The circuit drives the speakers after 3 to 10 seconds so that the source of the same stabilizes… Read More »
This is 2 way speaker box design for audio system. I’ve used this design for my home audio system, the sound quality is good. Two speakers used for this speaker box that are tweeter / high frequency speaker and woofer / low frequency speaker / subwoofer. Alternatively you may replace the woofer with fullrange loudspeaker.
The following schematic diagram is a small surround sound decoder circuit. You may use this decoder surround sound systems for your home audio system to make the audio system sound more “alive”. Parts List: R1-2-7-8-12-13-18-19-20=47Kohm R3-4-5-6-21-22-34-35=10Kohm R9-10-11-14-15-16-17=15Kohm R=23-24-25-33-36=100ohm R26-27-28-31-32=100Kohm R29-30=5.6Kohm C1-8=47uF 25V C2-7-9-14-23=47nF 100V C3-6=1uF 100V C4-5-10=33pF 100V C11-12-15=10uF 25V C13=82nF C16=18pF 100V C17=100pF mini… Read More »
This is the scheme diagram of passive surround circuit. Passive surround doesn’t need any active components and power supply to make the circuit works. The circuit just need the combination of resistors and electrolytic capacitors. Circuit Notes: This passive surround circuit MUST be connected after power amplifier module. Use full range type of loudspeaker. Do… Read More »
Building a crossover for your speaker system is easy. Here the simple passive schematic diagram of audio crossover: Loudspeaker System Crossover Network Notes: Capacitor must be non-polar capacitor types with a voltage rating of 50 volt or more (preferably 100 volt). Capacitor may be paralled to achieve specified values. Inductors should be air core. Do… Read More »