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PostPosted: 10 Mar 2019, 03:34 
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ILoveHiFi wrote:
Is that the thing done? I thought there was supposed to be some valves or something as described in op

Thank you for your attention

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PostPosted: 10 Mar 2019, 03:55 
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(the second part)

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Replace the mechanical switch with an electronic trigger switch, which simulates the feeling of operating the mouse
(See the addition of the switching circuit).

1.Welded into a spider web circuit with 0.1mm bare wire
2.Use double-sided tape to paste it into the lower seat of the mouse


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PostPosted: 10 Mar 2019, 04:02 
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With this circuit, the mouse's original jog switch (trigger switch) is back.
There are many people who make single-tube machines, and they use mechanical self-locking switches in their circuits. Using this electronic switch to achieve a jog "single tube" machine, I think it is a creative! It seems easy, it’s hard to do


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PostPosted: 10 Mar 2019, 07:05 
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excuse my ignorance but would the mouse still retain its normal function pointing and scrolling etc while listing to tube radio?

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Woodo wrote:
excuse my ignorance but would the mouse still retain its normal function pointing and scrolling etc while listing to tube radio?



The mouse is hollowed out :) :) :D :sick:

The inside is the radio :king:

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Creative two: Varactor diode for a transistor radio

Replacement of variable capacitors with varactor diodes


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PostPosted: 14 Mar 2019, 20:56 
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Production steps:
1 small copper link
Copper, soldering iron soldering
Original part on the mouse Turn 2 holes
Multi-turn potentiometer with mouse wheel link

Multi-turn potentiometer instead of variable capacitor


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That looks like some very high quality work done


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ILoveHiFi wrote:
That looks like some very high quality work done



Thank you very much for loving me this DIY

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Creative three
Dial to display the tuning frequency


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