My very small corner for small DIY works, mostly audio electronics related stuff. The picture is self explanatory, I love the little pink spoon on the block…my little daughter strikes again! XD I love being a parent!
My workbench for electronics and small projects. I had a space problem at home and this bench is the solution. Recycled legs from an old kitchen table, pine wood because I had those boards around. Light and power on the table so I can change places fast. Sorry for the mess but my home is … Continue reading Workbench for electronics.
Made this today, it’s a Headphone Dummy Load to help me debug some amplifier projects, don’t want to test new amps with expensive headphones so this will do. Audio jack connected to a DPDT Switch with two resistor settings of 33 Ohms and 330 Ohms, my version is made with four 10W resistors with a 5% … Continue reading Headphone dummy load.
The short answer is yes you need quality tools, because cheap ones can be dangerous for you. Examples of cheap dangerous tools: Powertools can catch fire or hurt because of their high RPM. Bad electric isolation on hand tools can also send you to the graveyard if you cut the wrong live wire. Any hand tool … Continue reading Do you need quality tools for DIY?
My GoldStar Oscilloscope OS-9020A 20Mhz, the thing works it might need calibration but hell for 70€ I’m more than happy to have it on my gear. Now I only need a true signal generator.