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5eBoard - How to Build a Stereo Amplifier

5eBoard - How to Build a Stereo Amplifier








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Item # 351308
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Recommended Grade(s): 3-12
Web Price $37.95
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Description

Hands-On DIY Kit for STEM Education and Makerspace

Incorporating LEGO-like approaches of using flexible building blocks to build electronic projects has made teaching electronics to K-12 students possible and fun. With step-by-step instructions and discussions, this DIY kit is an ideal STEM and makerspace material for elementary and middle school students. Using the 5eBoard platform, no soldering is involved and all parts can be repeatedly used by different users or projects.

Through this project, a student will gain the basic knowledge on how to use an integrated circuit (IC) to amplify sound signals. The stereo uses a TDA2822M IC chip to amplify sound signals input from an audio device such as a cellular phone, iPod or MP4 player. The stereo signals produced by the chip are delivered to two speakers. Although simple, the amplifier can still produce good quality and volume sound. The circuit can be easily expanded to include a Bluetooth module for wireless sound input.

Features:
• No soldering is involved; all parts can be repeatedly used for different users or projects
• Based on real-world components – knowledge gained can be extended to college and beyond
• Advanced science and engineering concept made easy to understand and fun to learn

Materials Included in the Kit:
• 5eBoard standard Kit
• Two speakers and all electronics components (iPod is not included)
• An audio cable and connection wires
• Instruction manual (online download)

Requires wire stripper/cutter and AAA or AA batteries (not included).

Details

  • Type: Manipulatives
  • ISBN/UPC 857464005221

Safety

Warning WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - SMALL PARTS. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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