NUTS AND VOLTS

Nuts & Volts Magazine (September 2013)
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Build a Headset Amplifier

By Ronald Anderson

Communications/Radio,

This project uses all discrete components and can be driven by a CD or MP3 player. Plus, it’s a forgiving circuit for beginners.

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