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  • DIY 600 Watt Amplifier With Old Computer SMPS

    I kind of wiah this instructable was called "how to build a 600w class d audio amp from storebought components and the case of an old atx power supply" lol...The current title makes it seem like you are using the power supply mosfets to drive a speaker in a circuit that you build. Which would be awesome! But all in all its a nice instructable that looks like you spent ample time to make, and to make right!

    I concur, and know what youre saying, marketing ppl are the worst lol...But oddly enough, sometimes peak instantaneous power can be a very critical number in large professional sound setups, like stages and such. It is Especially useful for the low end! But consumer marketing has gotten ahold of a once truthful measurement and distorted it so much that no one knows what it means anymore, just a cheap tactic to get you to buy... :/

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  • AveryF3 commented on JON-A-TRON's instructable Perpetual Clock With Arduino1 year ago
    Perpetual Clock With Arduino

    ooOOOoo very neat!If its not against your design ascetics, Could revision II of this clock have numbers bubbles in a circular shape instead of linear? Then you have a perpetual clock! Better still, you could add seconds(if someone wanted neuroticism) and put the three loops in a triangle shape(just offset by 120° ) or those three number circles nested inside one another, that would be also neat I think!

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  • AveryF3 commented on JON-A-TRON's instructable Perpetual Clock With Arduino1 year ago
    Perpetual Clock With Arduino

    What about this is perpetual? Am i missing something?

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  • AveryF3 commented on rdrew5's instructable LED RGB Light Painting Light Spinner2 years ago
    LED RGB Light Painting Light Spinner

    OOOOOooooo I see now! thank you for the vid!

    I am also having a haard time seeing this in completion, but if you have a video camera that can do a long exposure then that would be what you need, also, if you have adobe after efdects there is an effect or macro that does the same effect, hope this helps at all!

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