voice changer kit

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Travis McGee

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So I just picked up this voice changer kit. What I would like to do is attatch a headphone plug so I can plug in an aux audio cable into it and the other side into a powered speaker. I've attached a picture of the compleated kit. I want to solder the plug to the two posts that are circled.

Thank you for any advice

Travis McGee
 

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xl97

Master Member
Whats the question?

My first suggestion would be to ensure my 'headphone jack' (that you are referring to).. only has 2 pins/posts to work with.. as that seems what you have on the PCB to work with as well..
 

xl97

Master Member
Do you just use 2 prongs/legs? or do you short two of them together?

I thought 3 leg stereo jacks needed to be used with '3' ring/tiered plugs? (how will that work on his 2 prongs/leads on the PCB?)
 

Travis McGee

Active Member
Do you just use 2 prongs/legs? or do you short two of them together?

I thought 3 leg stereo jacks needed to be used with '3' ring/tiered plugs? (how will that work on his 2 prongs/leads on the PCB?)


The three prongs are left, right, and ground. Worst-case scenario it doesn't work.
 

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dbuck

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I used just the two. Here’s a screen cap from a video I shot for someone I made a sound box for. Simple plastic box ( easy access for battery change) button trigger sound card, output jack for speaker amp.


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