Hey guys, I know you still interest in those things and I know you can help me with my new project. I want to make a new sound system for my working laboratory which allow sound experience: I want to use a processor (IMX6L) and some DAC/amplifier (TAS5760M) embedded in each speaker box to drive them. The ULTIMATE purpose is to manage the EQ and volume of each speaker via I2S.
Here on the next picture is my electronic arch, I got in hands the I2C configuration with a beautiful Nucleo F303 code. And I know how to send data to the DAC/Amplifier with an audio precision tool.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1015660 Yes and no. It would take off the loop for sure, but the idea is to twist the end so that it snaps the tie behind or inside the cone so that the cone can be removed, leaving a hole that can be filled.
Using bolt cutters would leave some of tie flush or proud of your wall, fucking up your finish.
make sure the new fuel line isnt kinked in the gas tank pinching off flow. You may have installed it too far. If not, carb. bowl needs to be drained or carb, cleaned. Should be a drain screw somewhere on the carb.
I am going to be staying on a farm for a while and was told to build a cabin. I am looking for some ideas (dimensions, styles), tips, links (free plans) or anything that can be of assistance. I'm not sure of the dimensions but it should be small as is it just for shelter and sleeping.. no kitchen or bath. It should also be cheap. They told me to look into "pole buildings." I have no experience with such a task so anything will help.
If I were you I would go for a simple flat roofed shed with a 2x4 frame clad in ply if longevity isn't an issue otherwise clad in larch or similar. It's easy to do, takes little time and is relatively inexpensive.
>>1014367 It could become permanent, I'm sure that they will keep it up after i'm gone and if I return maybe I'll add onto it. There won't be any insulation or flooring other than plywood. I'm sure the roof will be something basic for now like plywood. Other than a door there might be a window.
I live in a apartment and I am bored out of my mind. I wanted to get a hobby but most interesting hobbies require a work space. Apartments are limited and you can't use things that are fire hazards. Like I had a interest in glass working but that requires obviously a torch and that isn't happening in a apartment.
What are some other similar hobbies i could try that are apartment friendly?
>>1007988 Square cages don't work well with round things. I'm sure you're trolling, but on the off chance that you aren't, redesign it round, home depot has small round steel rod already made for the bars, and make sure you make it a clamp style closer.
if i want to go past 15A total draw on a power tool automatic dust collection switch https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001BSL1BM/ i can hook up a relay into the vac outlet right? https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000JJM7ZS/
and probably use another circuit for the relay output.
I'm thinking of setting up a small Aquaponics system using a 3 gallon tank that looks much like the picture posted. I'll be using this guys system . https://youtu.be/ Do you guys have any hints or have your own system you wanna share?
You also pasted the link without the actual video code. Personally, I find anything under 55 gallons to be too small to properly maintain balance. The smaller the amount of water the quicker things can go wrong.
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