audio circuit


Twin-T RC Notch Filter

The two T-notch filter can be used to block unwanted frequencies or if placed in an op amp as a bandpass filter. the notch frequency occurs where the capacitive reactance equals the resistance (Xc = R) and if the values are close, the attenuation can be very high and the notch frequency virtually eliminated,Insertion of […]


Easy Loudspeaker Circuit For Telephone

This below circuit is a easy handsfree telephone receiver system. This doesn’t have dialing circuit so, it’s not a total phone replacement circuit, but it’s just only a loudspeaker system (i.e, phone receiver,not dialer). This is a easy circuit with all parts easily available, and without any complex I.C. It is made of just capacitors, […]


Simplest Intercom

This circuit was requested by an school teacher. It is a simple intercom that anyone can put together and get to work. It is based on the LM380 IC chip. This chip is able to put out 2 watts of power if it is heat sink properly. The following pins should be grounded and attached […]


Aviation Intercom

Before its move offshore, I was lucky enough to be involved in developing the avionics system for the Flightship Ground Effect FS8 craft (see http://www.pacificseaflight.com/craft.shtml). Although officially classed as a boat, it has wings and can travel at 180km/h some three metres above the water. The communications system was adapted from an aircraft unit and […]


Luggage Security System

Guaranteed to get the TSA’s attention While traveling by a train or bus, we generally lock our luggage using a chain-and-lock arrangement. But, still we are under tension, apprehending that somebody may cut the chain and steal our luggage. Here is a simple circuit to alarm you when somebody tries to cut the chain. Transistor […]


Cat and Dog Repeller

Nowadays, just about every house has an outside lamp with a motion sensor. Such a device eliminates the need to feel your way to the front door, and it apparently also scares away intruders. The only problem is that free-running dogs and cats in the neighborhood have little regard for such lamps and continue to […]



TTL Audible Logic Probe

When testing circuits with a logic probe, it is sometimes difficult to watch the LEDS on the probe to determine the logic state. With this probe the logic states are audible. This probe is designed for TTL circuits only but could be modified for CMOS. The way it works is as follows. The 5 volt […]


Test Beeper For Your Stereo

The test beeper generates a sinusoidal signal with a frequency of 1,000 Hz, a common test frequency for audio amplifiers. It consists of a classical Wien-Bridge oscillator (also known as a Wien-Robinson oscillator). The network that determines the frequency consists here of a series connection of a resistor and capacitor (R1/C1) and a parallel connection […]


Audio Level Adapter

The problem that this circuit is designed to solve appeared when the author was installing a new radio in his Audi A3. The new radio had four outputs for loudspeakers and a line-level output for a subwoofer. However, the A3 as delivered from the factory already has an amplifier for the rear loudspeakers, as well […]