Smart audio box

Posted on Friday, June 7th, 2013 in AVR, gadget, open source by DP


Dilshan Jayakody has written an article about his open hardware project known as Smart Audio Box (SAB):

Smart Audio Box (SAB) is microprocessor controlled audio switch and amplifier system, which is specifically design for audio composers and for audio engineers. SAB consist of 4 high impedance stereo inputs and two output modes. One output mode can drive stereo headphone/earphone and other output mode can drive pair of 8W speakers. In prototyping stages we identify those modes as “Personal Mode” (headphone output) and “Audience Mode” (power amplifier output).

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