This is my build of the Super Nintendo "music box." I found this project on the internet. Knowing that I had some time on my hands during Christmas break, I decided to do this project. This plays .spc files(snes audio dumps)from your computer and plays it using the original hardware. I got my case from RadioShack a long time ago. It has a 9 volt battery compartment allowing portability. I also have a power input if you don't want to drain batteries.
Also, if your into this type of music style, you can get it to play .mod .s3m and .xm files using a converter program. It can convert various mod files to spc files.
Want more information or want to do this yourself. Take a look at these awesome web sites! (None of these are mine, of course)
mod to spc converter: http://ekid.nintendev.com/xms/
Project site: http://www.raphnet.net/electronique/snes_apu/snes_apu_en.php
Original site: http://www.caitsith2.com/snes/apu.htm
This first video is kind of boring. This is an Introduction to the "Electronics Learning Lab A Complete Course in Electronics 28-280" series of classes I am going to be doing using the 28-280 Electronics kit from RadioShack. You can skip to Lesson 1 if you: Have experience with a bread board and caring for electronic chips, If you don't want to know what will be covered in this course, If you don't want to cover the basics. So enjoy and go on to Lesson 1. Thanks.
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www.primeline-america.com Great science project - 25000 Volts flying through the air in a continous arc. Safe-Low Current. Easily made from Radioshack parts and from the auto parts store.
this is my first rc video. Please comment me and give me some ideas. So, the car that I am driving is a completly stock pro pulse from radioshack. if you are an rc car fan you should see this and deffinitly get one. the battery usually takes 10 hours to fully charge but for this video, I only charged it for 3. Next video, I will try to fully charge it so you could see what it could really do. enjoy and remember please comment me and tell me how I did.
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Outdated: While the drum pedal mod will still work, for whatever reason the magnetic switches are working backwards from when I built mine. You may need to use an normally open switch as I have gotten in recent reports, instead of a normally closed switch which I used to use to make my pedals a year ago.
Many people on youtube have this innate ability to play Rock Band. What most people don't know is that, specifically for the drummers, they use custom equipment like drum heads, and most importantly, the drum pedal itself. By making your own drum pedal, you not only have a foolproof pedal that will not break on you, but you also have an extremely responsive pedal too.
There are many GOOD drummers out there, but they don't know how effective a real drum pedal is and often stick with their stock pedal (if it already hasn't broken). But really, by using a real one you would be amazed how much your score will be boosted.
This video is here to show you how to make your own REAL drum pedal. It's not the best, and I often stutter, but HEY! I think you can get the point of it, and if you have anyway questions that are not in the FAQ feel free to message me.
Note: I bought all my equipment axe the drum pedal off of ebay, but due to the limited quantity sellers on ebay you will have to do your own searching for the REALLY cheap switches and cables. But here are the retail parts for it:
Mini Magnetic Switch
Mono Audio Cable (Must be stripped and soldered on one end)
Magnetic Switch (Retail) *Ask your sales person if this is a normally closed switch, I believe it is but have not confimed*:
Magnetic Switch (Online, Cheaper):
Pre-Stripped Mono Audio Cable:
No questions have been asked.
This is a tutorial about making an Arduino board on a breadboard! It is useful to be able to do this as its much cheaper once you have the infrastructure to use it (cables, tools ect...) and if it breaks a replacement isn't that expensive. This video is also the first of the arduino workshop projects in which I will make fun 30 minutes arduino projects. I spent a while making this video so I hope you enjoy it.
1 x Breadboard (If you don't already have one)
1 x RED/BLACK hookup wire (If you don't have any)
1 x ATmega328 with Arduino Bootloader
1 x Ceramic Resonator
1 x Max 232 Chip
1 x DB9 Solder Cup
6 x .1uf Ceramic Capacitors
1 x 10k pull up resistor (I recommend getting the resistor kit also from sparkfun!)
1 x Push Button Switch
1 x 5v Voltage Regulator
1 x LED
1 x LED RESISTOR (Again I would just get the resistor kit!)
1 x RS232 CABLE
1 x RS232 TO USB CONVERTER (OPTIONAL if you want usb, its cheaper on ebay!)
BREADBOARD JUMPERS!!! GET THEM AT RADIOSHACK IN A KIT!!!!
SOME FORM OF DC POWER SUPPLY 7.5V to 10v (wall power supply, battery ect...)
TOOLS, SOLDERING IRON, WIRE SNIPPERS, WIRE STRIPPERS, VOLT METER (Optional but I would get it to test conections)
You can pick where you want to buy these tools if you don't already have them.
**This is mostly for people who play with their T.V.'s right next to their computers**
Cheap and Simple way to record from ANY video game console with a Dazzle DVD Recorder. Play on your T.V. while capturing straight to your computer.
This does not mess up any quality at all, audio or video. It can record any gaming console. I record on my PS2, PS3 and Xbox 360 with no problem.
Thanks to NateTheGreat555, here are the links to the items you will need to buy in order to record (the name and prices):
4 Splitter cables - http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2102971&cp=2032058.2032231.2032280&searchSort=TRUE&y=13&x=10&fbc=1&f=PAD%2FCable+Type%2FY-adapter&retainProdsInSession=1&s=A-StorePrice-RSK&fbn=Cable+type%2FY-adapter&allCount=321&pg=1&parentPage=family
Triple Plug Coupler - http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2102694&cp=&sr=1&kw=coupler&y=4&x=11&retainProdsInSession=1&searchSort=TRUE&s=A-StorePrice-RSK&origkw=coupler&pg=2&parentPage=search
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This is my 2002 Chevy Trailblazer LT 4x4 which is my daily driver and the vehicle I chase in. Here's a list of
most of the equipment I run that isn't standard OEM.
* Brush Guard
* Pair of Hella 500 Offroad Lights
* Hood mounted CB NMO Antenna
* NMO Mounted Wilson Dual Band Cellular
* NMO Mounted 1/4 wave 2M Antenna
* NMO Mounted 1/4 wave 900Mhz Antenna
* NMO Mounted Scanner Antenna
* NMO Mounted Dual Band 2M/440 Antenna
* NMO Mounted Dual Band 2M/440 Antenna
* Garmin Nuvi GPS
* Logitech Webcam
* Windshield Mount for Cellphone
* windshield Mount for Yaesu VX-5R
* Havis Shield Police Console
* Jotto Desk Laptop Mount
* Alinco DR-599 Dual Band Mobile
* ScanGauge II OBD2 Scanner/Monitor
* Switch Box
* Yaesu FT-1900 2M Mobile
* Yaesu VX-5R Dual Band Handheld
* RadioShack Pro-433 Scanner
* 100Watt PA
* Motorola GTX 900Mhz 33cm Mobile
* Midland 1001z CB
* Uniden Remote Head for Handheld Scanner
* Asus Laptop
* USB GPS Puck
* Cobra 850 Watt Inverter
* Removable lights
** All of my lights are legal to use by anybody and are amber in color. Lights require responsibility, mine are used only if something is in the road or requested by law enforcement to help shutdown a road. Overall just use your head with lights, that's the bottom line.
Almost all of my interior components are switched via an ignition controlled solenoid except the Alinco on the dash, it's setup to be always on so the vehicle can be off but still cross band repeating.
$199... 7-inch... New Archos Android Tablet... !!! Buy it at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003COZM2C?tag=archosfcom-20&camp=0&creative=0&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=B003COZM2C&adid=035GCN0ZR3XT1XXMF3E6&
This is optimized for low power (up to 7 hours video playback on the battery), lower cost Android multimedia tablet features.
It is powered by a 600mhz Rockchip 2808 processor, does web browsing pretty well (for an ARM9 processor) and plays all video codecs at up to 720p video playback (at up to limited 2500kbit/s bitrates for 720p).
Archos is going to try to sell this device in all retail stores of the world at only $179 in the USA and 149€ in Europe (because European countries have more taxes they don't just convert Euro prices to US Dollar prices), it may quickly become a best-seller and I think it is a great very low-cost alternative to the iPad.
For advanced users that absolutely want the fastest OMAP3440 ARM Cortex A8 800mhz processor, there is the Archos 5 Internet Tablet available today below $249 at Radio Shack http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3843254 or you might want to wait another few months (I am speculating) for Archos to release the next generations of ARM Cortex A8 or ARM Cortex A9 based tablet devices (probably also for a bit more expensive than this Home Tablet series) at all different screen sizes (I speculate and the interviews around the web point to clues towards from 3" to 10" Android Tablets starting at $100...)
For now, this Archos 7 Home Tablet is being released this next month or by May already and at this amazingly low $179 price for the 2GB version with MicroSD card slot. There will also be a 8GB version and maybe larger capacities for slightly more expensive. It also has a mini-jack to composite video-output using the headphones jack and micro-USB to USB host features built-in. The built-in stereo speakers are very decent for movie watching and the 7" 800x480 resistive touch-screen is just very fine and does allow for fast text input.
Archos is still working on the Android software optimizations, it comes with special video player, audio player and file explorer applications by default. My guess is that the Google Marketplace could be hacked to work onto it by the open development community at http://forum.archosfans.com
Also, my expectation is that Google will release an Android 2.2 or so version which will provide the full Google Marketplace experience on all large screen Android Tablets and even on Android Laptop form factors and also to provide such for lower cost platforms than the latest ARM Cortex based ones. See my interview with Andy Rubin and Eric Schmidt about those speculations: http://armdevices.net/2010/02/22/i-interviewed-eric-schmidt-and-andy-rubin-at-mwc-off-camera-for-now-watch-eric-schmidts-keynote-video/
The clip Livingston Dell's nerves from Ocean's Eleven (2001) with Eddie Jemison, Jorge R. Hernandez
He's been doing surveillance work for the FBI mob squad.
How are his nerves?
Not so bad.
Move in a little bit.
Don't touch that.
Do you see me grabbing your gun and waving it around?
Hey, RadioShack. Relax.
Swarming studied in detail. Available at TOYS'R'US, RadioShack and hexbug.com/nano
Huge lego city shopping mall called Rolling Hills Mall "the mall that has it all" At the start the mall is extremely busy with customers shopping in this gigantic 2 story mall with 3 huge anchor stores that took a while to build using a hell of a lot of legos. Even the roof of the mall was built on. This was not an easy one. Nearing the end of the video it displays the mall as being vacant due to a recession which has happened to a lot of real life malls. This goes to show as a very great creative and artistic way of how a lot of indoor shopping malls that are "dead" still exist but lifeless with all the stores shut down inside. Gives off a creepy yet sad vibe to them. This is a perfect lego stop motion display of that.
The Rolling Hills Mall is complete with over 30 commercial outlets (stores): Macy's, Sears, Dillard's, The Limited, Zonker's Arcade, Claire's, American Eagle Outfitters, Hot Topic, GameStop, GNC Live Well, Function Junction, AMC Theatres, Spencer's Gifts, fye music, Auntie Anne's Pretzels, Pizza Hut, Panda Express Chinese, Subway, Mcdonald's, Casual Corner, GAP, Topsy's Popcorn, Hannoush Jewelers, Hollister, Verizon Wireless, Payless Shoes, Radioshack, Bananna Republic, Aeropostale, Abercrombie and Fitch, The Body Shop. Also features a big food court, 2 Entrances, 2 sets of escalators, 2 huge parking lots and restrooms.
Hope you all enjoy this one. First Song playing is: "Oceanic" by Above and Beyond. Second song is "Always Be There" by freeplaymusic
How to make a cheap and very easy laser diode driver from parts found at any electronics store. This video is about the most simple it gets, you can add extra parts for more features if you want later. For a detailed tutorial on building this driver with extra features, go here: http://laserpointerforums.com/f42/diy-homemade-laser-diode-driver-26339.html
RadioShack Parts list:
resistors vary on what you need, resistor kit: http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2062304&CAWELAID=107599311
Parts can be bought off the internet for dirt cheap, for the prices I paid for my components, I paid 40¢.
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My simple 555 / mosfet driver powered flyback transformer from an old plasma ball being used to drive the old globe to much higher powers than intended.
For those who know some about electronics, and want to make their stock plasma ball be a little more exciting. The stock boards are very weak, sometimes just taking the glass off it and turning it on will kill it. What I have done before, is replace the main transistor on the board (TIP122) to a TIP120, and kept the stock power supply and input power, and the ball was very much more energetic. This transistor can tolerate more, and operates overall better. This is a simple mod you can do just by soldering out the stock transistor, take off the heatsink, and put the heatsink on the new transistor (thermal past if you have it), solder the new one in and BAM! You can pick them up from the local radioshack for around a dollar.
This week in tech rumorland, we wonder what Motorola plans to unveil on Sept. 5, RadioShack might try to sell you a no-contract phone, and is Apple ready to dip its toes into cable TV?