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Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Voice Bandwidth Filter for podcasts / youtube veroboard stripboard layout

This idea came about when someone was tweeting on twitter that they were having problems with rumble noise and high pitch squealing from some air conditioner unit. So I thought I would make a filter for people to combat such problems, basically this thing attenuates anything below 300Hz and anything higher than 3KHz which is pretty much everything outside of the vocal range.
This could be a useful thing to combine with the high quality Microphone Preamp I designed some time ago located HERE

It's been a while since I posted a project because as you (may) know I build up things before I post them so I know they work however I've had bugger all money to buy stripboard, I actually had to de-solder an old project to get enough to prove this one so if anyone can help me out with some stripboard I'd be most grateful!

Paul in the
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Lately I am always at the computer because
I am  designing stuff for the site though I did buy a new
Camera recently it's pretty cool. I remember the first thing I built was the
Knight rider LED scanner which I uploaded
To the site a few days ago, remember if you need to know
How to do something
Even if you think it's
Abit of a stupid question just ask, I
Don't mind. We all had to
Start somewhere. 

anyway here is the filter



1 comment:

  1. Like this;
    I'm going to have a play with it in a sort of home-brew intercom for my open car - the mic's are always going to be noisy due to wind noise etc, but this circuit might help a little.
    Thanks Paul

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