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I'm a poor guitarist with time and lots of electrical stuff to work with.
I have made the circuit in the pic, with a tl062 instead of the 061 ( obviously checking the datasheet to the different pinouts ).
I have some trouble with this. I can't achieve a good amplification and i have some distortion. Also a non symmetric output. I'm really confused.
For my poor skills, tell me if i'm right, the 22M resistor give a high impedance input and the condenser avoid any offset and divides your inputs from the 100k and 10M resistors that's is needed to offset the signal because we don't feed the opamp with a symmetric alimentation. The branch of circuits below the opamp should be the reaction to achieve variable gain.
That's what i thought. Anyway i have made that circuit twice on a breadboard with two different opamp, double checking every connection and everything looks fine, but nothing.
Have some advice for me? I Need a simple tension amplifier with a gain of 10x or so.
Thanks you guy!
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Hey /diy/ so basically I'm a senior in High school (yes, I'm 18) and we can make whatever we want in my machine shop class and I can't think of anything that really pops out to me so I'm just on here looking for some general ideas from you guys. Post what ya got! blueprints would be much appreciated!
Also I've been thinking about a metal beard/musache comb for myself pic related
I have use to the entire machine shop which includes about a dozen manual lathes, mills, a mig welder, band saws, grinders, and two small cnc lathe and mill.