4 - Finishing the NoSo One Basic circuit
barry (Administrator) 11-24-2015 at 05:51 AM.
Post: #1
Once all of the components are onboard, there are just a few wires to plug in and you're ready to go. The first set are the white, black and red wires from the battery and input socket:
* white wire in the same row as the unconnected end of the 4.7nF capacitor
* black wire into the same row as pin 2 of the LM386 chip
* red wire in the hole between the red jumper and the tiny 47nF capacitor

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barry (Administrator) 11-24-2015 at 05:55 AM.
Post: #2
Plug in your speaker
The green and yellow wires from the speaker (or from the output socket if you have the Plus version of the NoSo One) go into the diagonally opposite corner of the breadboard:
* the yellow wire goes into the row with the negative (black) wire connections
* the green wire goes into the same row as the negative terminal of the 330uF capacitor, just below pin 6 of the chip

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barry (Administrator) 11-24-2015 at 06:00 AM.
Post: #3
Your amp circuit is complete!
The NoSo One Basic amp is now complete. However, before you continue, compare your breadboard to this diagram, where the yellow points indicate the holes used by each component.

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barry (Administrator) 12-07-2015 at 05:08 AM.
Post: #4
No tests. Just play!
There are no technical checks to be done, so you don't need any test equipment. So you can proceed directly to playing your amplifier.
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