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No Headphone Jack? No Problem!
- Use with CD players, tuners, mixers
- Great as a basic preamp for any line level signal
So, you buy a really good radio or CD player, go to plug in your headphones, and there isn’t a headphone jack! You find a line level jack, plug in your headphones, and they sound terrible. Sound familiar?
Most good quality gear lacks an earphone output, or if there is one, it is woefully poor quality. We developed this kit to help us listen to our mixers, reverbs, voice recorders and other audio goodies. We took a pair of LM-386 250 mW audio amplifiers, added volume controls, power supply and a handy, switchable, high-cut filter. A common ¼” stereo earphone jack is used for the output - assuring compatibility with all stereo headphones - and RCA phono jacks accept standard line level input signals. There’s plenty of volume and of course, the “Fi” is quite “Hi”. Available in money saving kit form or fully wired and tested. Runs on 9 to 15 VDC. Includes an attractive matching case measuring 5”W x 1½”H x 5¼”D. (Did you know the leading manufacturer of high-end table radios recommends the SHA1 to all their customers?!)
User Manual in PDF