It was Christmas and gift time to offer something to kids. Asked a very specific microphone, have to be wireless and need to be connected to our equipment.
Checking Amazon and here i go, buy this one [insert link and photo].
After arrived i saw a 1/4" mono plug and think ok will by a converter to 3/4" mono plug that it's.
Wrong, microphones voltage is to small for Line In or Aux In.
Found that microphones have about 50mV, Line In needs Volts not millis :)
Then started my adventure of building a microphone preamplifier, starting some perforated board, add some ampop and it works fine.
I hope so, but i forget to add a reverse polarity protection to 9V battery and was about to explode.
Schematic (Autodesk Eagle):
Schematic Sheet 1/1
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PCB (Autodesk Eagle):
PCB generate using Autodesk Eagle preview
And using EagleUp.
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Hammond Box - 1551BK
Build & Assembled:
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Code & Testing:
[add code and testing procedures]
Resources & Related Links:
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add hammond box.
add mouser bom list.
All resources, eagle files and other in GitHub, https://github.com/neuralbit/micpreamp.
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