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HOW TO – Music sensitive blinking LEDs for your PC

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Pastelero writes – “Listening to music on my pc (proudly using WINAMP), I was wondering how would be to have some leds blinking with the sound that came out from the P2 connector, so I decided to make a simple circuit to do that. It worked pretty fine, so I decided to write a HowTo telling step-by-step how to do it. Hope you enjoy it!”Link.

2 thoughts on “HOW TO – Music sensitive blinking LEDs for your PC

  1. This is a cool project and even cooler concept. However, when I tried this with my npn QN3904 transistors, it did not work. I am looking to get some TIP31’s in and try this out. The concept is cool and I plan to expand on it a whole lot. I will post my results when done, including the movie file.

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