|Date:||30 May 2006 09:12:11 -0700|
I'm in a third-world country and have limited resources. I want to be able to create a "sound meter" out of 8 or 10 LED's which could be connected to the amplified line that leads to the speakers. The only electronic parts I have are wires, capacitors, LED's and transistors. I have used capacitors and transistors before for my woofers and tweeters, but now I want it all to look good. Any suggestions? ---P.S. This is my first day and first post.
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