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Thread: Nano Biscotte Amp Bypass or Wiring the speaker pad for a 1/8" Phono Jack

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    Default Nano Biscotte Amp Bypass or Wiring the speaker pad for a 1/8" Phono Jack


    I am new to the Nano Biscotte, but I was curious if it was possible to bypass the AMP on the board for the purpose of connecting a 1/8" phono jack or an RCA Jack for external speaker connection. I know that you can use resistors to divide the voltage if you are going directly from the speaker pads, but I was curious if there was a way to bypass it all together.



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    First off, Welcome to the Forums.

    Why would you want to connect external speakers to a saber? As far as I know, the Amp is hard wired onto the board.
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    I was going to use it for an application outside of a saber, but wanted the features that the Nano Biscotte offers. I was thinking that perhaps I could use some surge suppressing Capacitor maybe something like these Electrolytic Decoupling Caps.

    Edit: Thank you for the welcome, and sorry for my lack of manners in my original response
    Last edited by JoshuaKane; 11-02-2014 at 04:57 PM.

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    Welcome to the forum! Good luck on your saber build!


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