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I want to put together a cheap stereo set in my living room, for listening to music. All I really wanna do is connect my audio input (computer, mp3, cd, turntable, whatever) and let the music flow.
The amp I am looking at is the one pictured, either this 2x40 watt version, or the 2x75 watt version. I have no idea what I should do about speakers though. What kinds should I be looking at, are there things I should be aware of when shopping (wattage, ohms, etc)? I like the sound filling the room... will it make much of a difference with "bookshelf" vs other speakers?
My max budget is a flexible $150, including this amp.
Do you guys have any other solutions?
thank you so much.
Manual Wood Cutting
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I know the picture is bad, but I'm going to be upright mounting this monitor, and need clearence. See the wood right above the CP? I need a way to route that out manually, and here is why.
It is currently in my father-in-law's workshop, and he has a huge amount of tools and such, but if I touch them, and fuck them up, I'm dead. I have no experience with power saws or routers, but any idiot can use a hand saw. What should I look for in his hoard of tools to cut this 1 inch thick wood out?
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Installing DSC PC1616 6 zone with PC5108 8 zone expansion chip, into full home run hardwired system in a custom built house (10% drywalled)
Taking smoke break. Will upload progress for the hell of it.
>used to install GE simon 3 (old ass piece of shit systems) as a subcontractor 4 years ago, this is the first time I have ever done a DSC system, Ittle be a test of my low voltage skills.
More pic later.
So far custom drilled out the panel box for chips, and power, will commence toning the home runs next.
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I've got an electronics project I'm trying to work out, but I know nothing about them electricals.
I'm getting one of these here Dekaranger SP Licenses. While they used the toys in the show, the 'Judgement' function is a bit different. On the toy, the circle and X are just stickers. You press the button and it plays the sound sequence from the video below and randomly choose guilty or innocent.
What I would like to do is to replicate the light function. I want to be able to hold down or just press the button once and have the light sequence start. It doesn't have to sync up with the sound, but if that's possible, cool.
All that I'm thinking that I would need for this is a simple LED circuit. I already have the way the plates will light up worked out, I just need the electronics figured out. Can you guys help?
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So, I bought this fishing rod, and today - the second time I tried to fish - the tip eye fell off, and I lost it. I don't want to waste money on buying a new fishing rod, and I can't seem to find only eyes, especially not for my fishing rod, as it was a shitty beginners one.
So I wanted to ask you how I could make one myself.
Thanks in advance