The Univibe is actually a footpedal-operated phaser or phase shifter for generating chorus and vibrato simulations for electric organ or guitar. It was introduced in the 1960s by Shin-ei, and was intended to emulate the “Doppler sound” of a Leslie speaker. Although not a really successful Leslie-simulator, the Univibe has turn out to be an… Read More »
This is the circuit diagram of Univox Super-Fuzz Pedal. This pedal is actually a 69-to-early 70″s design that consists of two special capabilities. They are the octave generation effect from the differential-pair-with-collectors -tied-together along with the option of just a clipping amplifier or a 1kHz notch for different sounds.
This is the schematic diagram of sound activated light or lamp. The lamp or light will be turned on while a loudy sound catch by the microphone (for example: hand clap) How this sound activated light works: The condenser microphone fitted inside a position to catch the sound and generates AC signals, which pass by… Read More »
This is the circuit diagram of Vox Tone Bender Pedal. The circuit is very similar to Fuzz Face pedal. The Vox ToneBender will have a lot more treble response than the Fuzz Face…maybe to help brighten up those characteristically “dark” sounding British amps some. Using a Vox ToneBender with a Fender Twin, or any other… Read More »
This is a low cost and easy build low powered FM transmitter. The range of the FM transmitter claimed about 300 feets when running at 9V supply. And the range claimed to be increased become about 400 feet when running it at 12V supply. Take a note that this transmitter should not be used as… Read More »
This two chips AM radio receiver circuit is a tuned radio frequency (TRF) receiver of the standard AM (amplitude modulation) radio with broadcast frequencies at 550kHz-600kHz. This is a simple and easy to build AM radio circuit which only using two integrated circuits (IC). This circuit works with 9V voltage supply, you could use 9V… Read More »
This LAN tester circuit originally designed by Vassilis Stergiopoulos. This LAN tester circuit optionally has two designs. The first design is built based 2 main ICs that are timer IC555 and decade counter 4017. The second design is based microcontroller chip ATtiny2313 (the other kind of microcontroller should be work). The first design circuit (555… Read More »
This is a ultrasonic motion detector (or movement detector) circuit. The circuit claimed has a high movement sensitivity. Even air moving (hot air rising, wind blowing) will trigger it when the trimpot is set near the most sensitive position. The transmitter sends out a steady ultrasonic tone at 40kHz. At this frequency the wavelength is… Read More »