Sonic Impact Eclipse Mint tin amp

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Sonic Impact Eclipse Mint tin amp

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MAKE Flickr photo pool member Pekar writes – “I’ve managed to squeeze a modified Sonic Impact digital amplifier (under $40) into an Eclipse mints tin with little to no room to spare…I’ve kept the speaker clips, due to their being free, and easily modified to take up minimal space inside the tin. I’ve modded the internals using the “stealth mod” which avoids surface mount soldering, other than bridging two capacitors. Power supply is external. Volume pot is an Alps(surplus score). Knob is from Mouser (ME450-2034). There is no power switch for now. I disconnect power to turn it off.”Link.

6 thoughts on “Sonic Impact Eclipse Mint tin amp

  1. ZapWiz says:

    Very nice. has some better versions of the t-class amps in DIY kits.

    I used two as amps for my Car PC, very compact.

  2. says:

    This is going to be a dumb question, but what is a sonic impact amp?

    I’m a big fan of the eclipse mint tins. It’s a great size and the flip lid is a great design.

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