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Sending Music Long Distance Using A Laser

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen DIYers sending music over a laser beam but the brothers and are certainly in contention for sending the music the longest distance… 283 more words

Digital Audio Hacks

Now is the Golden Age of Artisanal, Non-Traditional Tube Amps

Earlier in the month, quipped that it had been far too long since we saw a VFD-based amplifier build. Well, that dry spell is over. This week, started showing off… 275 more words

Classic Hacks

"Nixie" Tubes Sound Good

A tube is a tube is a tube. If one side emits electrons, another collects them, and a further terminal can block them, you just know that someone’s going to use it as an amplifier. 137 more words

Misc Hacks

Bone Conduction Skull Radio

There are many ways to take an electrical audio signal and turn it into something you can hear. Moving coil speakers, plasma domes, electrostatic speakers, piezo horns, the list goes on. 260 more words

Digital Audio Hacks

Hacklet 116 - Audio Projects

If the first circuit a hacker builds is an LED blinker, the second one has to be a noisemaker of some sort. From simple buzzers to the fabled Atari punk console, and guitar effects to digitizing circuits, hackers, makers and engineers have been building incredible audio projects for decades. 573 more words

Hackaday Columns

Baby Monitor Rebuild is also ESP8266 Audio Streaming How-To

’s rebuild of a cheap and terrible baby monitor isn’t super visual, but it has so much more going on than it first seems. It’s also a how-to for streaming audio via UDP over WiFi with a pair of ESP8266 units, and includes a frank sharing of things that went wrong in the process and how they were addressed. 354 more words

Digital Audio Hacks