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SNES Headphones Cry for Bluetooth Has Been Answered

A year and a half ago we ran a post about a SNES controller modified into a pair of headphones. They were certainly nice looking and creative headphones but the buttons, although present, were not functional. 201 more words

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Logic Noise: Filters and Drums

Filters and Drums

Logic Noise is an exploration of building raw synthesizers with CMOS logic chips. This session, we continue to abuse the 4069UB as an amplifier. 2,576 more words

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Auto-sleep Hacked in PC Speakers

We can commiserate with who would rather not leave his PC speakers on all the time. The Creative T20 set that he uses turn off when you turn the volume knob all the way down until it clicks. 204 more words

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Logic Noise: Sawing Away with Analog Waveforms

Today we’ll take a journey into less noisy noise, and leave behind the comfortable digital world that we’ve been living in. The payoff? Smoother sounds, because today we start our trip into analog. 2,274 more words

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Hard Drive... Speakers?

Speakers really aren’t that complex to make. In fact, if you’re clever about it, you can make a speaker out of just about anything. is kicking it old school with a hack he first did back in 2001, but now, in video form: … 202 more words

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An Upgrade To A Raspberry Pi Media Server

For the last few years, has been running a music server with a Raspberry Pi. With the new Raspberry Pi 2 and its quad core processor, … 111 more words

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DSP 01: Real, Legit Audiophile Goodness

About six months ago, we saw ’s work on the DSP 01, a 2-input, 6-output DSP and crossover for extreme audiophiles, and we’re not talking about oxygen free rooms here. 222 more words

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