uptownmaker wrote:Actually, let's step back a phase:
What do you want to do? Perhaps that's a better question to ask.
darus67 wrote:Check out the venerable LM386 chip.
There are a couple bazillion circuits found on google using this chip for basic audio amps.
In its simplest form you can build an amp using about 4 components.
noise wrote:Also, I used my Atari Punk Console as input and I'm not sure I have them connected correctly, just a single wire is going from the output of the APC to the input of the Amp. Should the grounds of the two circuits be connected somehow?
uptownmaker wrote:How do you have the two systems powered? Are both running on batteries? Wall warts? One of each? If you're using batteries for either half of the system, you definitely need to connect the grounds. Things get a little more complicated for wall warts, and there can be dangers inherent in connecting the grounds of two wall warts together depending on how they are manufactured.
I'm glad you asked these questions- it brings up another whole list of things I need to cover in my class.
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