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Hack: TV Remote Controlled Electronics

With an infrared sensor and an Arduino, you can program your TV remote to control all sorts of things. Courtesy: Make:  
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Salvaging Useful Parts from Printers and Scanners

In this video, the author has teardown an HP Printer for salvaging useful parts that can be used in various projects. Courtesy: The Post Apocalyptic Inventor    

8 Awesome Videos Tips And Guides on PCB Design!

1. Home made PCB by the method of screen printing https://www.youtube.com/embed/8-WGaAmpfOU Here's a well made video on how to create a PCB at home with the method of screen printing. The development time...
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How To: Raspberry Pi Home Arcade

In this video, the author is going to show you how to make your own Raspberry Pi Home Arcade. Once project is complete, you can enjoy playing famous retro arcade games...
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Audio Amplifier with Bass Boost Using LM386

In this video tutorial, the presenter will show you how to make a basic audio amplifier with an LM386 IC to demonstrate the minimum parts needed to build a functional amplifier. Then...
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How To Make an Inverter Using Arduino

In this video, the author is designing an inverter prototype using Arduino board. This inverter takes power from a 12V battery and generates 220V AC output. Various features of the inverter...
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How to Make a Huge Light Up LED Sign

In this video, the author is showing how he build a huge sign with a custom lettering that can light up through the help of RGB LEDs. But the sign can...
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Tutorial: Oscillators

In this video author will talk about how important oscillators are in circuits and how the three main principles work in order to create them. These are RC relaxation circuits, LC...
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Build an Electric Motor

This video demonstrates how to build a simple electric motor. Includes a discussion of some of the science behind electric motors. Courtesy: ScienceOnline  
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Tutorial: Class D Amplifier

An explanation of how class D amplifiers work, and how to build your own 2x15W stereo amplifier. Schematic: click here Courtesy: Afrotechmods  

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