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“Launching my kitbiz, learning a lot” – success story from the Adafruit kitbiz forums!

“Launching my kitbiz, learning a lot” – success story from the Adafruit kitbiz forums!. crazybutable writes –

This is the Stella amp, an amplifier that I’m in the middle of designing. I wanted a battery powered amplifier that was a little more versatile than all of the LM-386 amps that are out there. So I made my own.

At any rate, I have to say thanks Adafruit for having this great kitbiz resource. You guys are amazing, I cannot thank you enough. I never would have done any of this without you.

Read the entire post, it’s EPIC! And check out the maker’s site!


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2 Comments

  1. Well done, John!

  2. Sounds great! Versatile little amp kit!

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