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  • November-04 2020 20:52:03

    Never thought that it could be so easy to build without any instructions. One resistor was missing but instead it had 2 op amps. Can't claim o lost in that one. Suprisingly good tone too. And at least here in Finlad, most radio stations were found easily. For this money, excellent deal.

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  • October-30 2020 19:05:49

    kit rádio muito boa qualidade

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  • November-18 2020 16:43:50

    Seems avery good FMradio kit. Materials are of good quality and I'm looking forward to start building it. Nice price too!

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  • November-13 2020 05:34:18

    perfekt

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  • September-13 2020 12:48:23

    Took about 5 hours to assemble without instructions. It is obvious where the components go. I took my time. Make sure you bend the capacitors that will be underneath the micro so they won't interfere with the micro. Device receives local FM radio stations very clearly on upstairs of house. There is a little static when used downstairs of house. It seems like the screws for assembling the acrylic case could have been a little longer. Also, the one mistake that I know I made was to attach the

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  • October-26 2020 10:12:03

    This is a nice little kit and when built, it works well! The lack of instructions was not a problem for me, but might be to someone new to constructing electronic devices. I have taken some pictures of the finished board and have posted them here to help others out. One thing is not made clear on the board, when fitting the electrolytic capacitor within the large IC socket, make sure you allow enough wire to bend it down flat or you will not get the chip in the socket later! Observe the correct

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  • September-24 2020 00:51:43

    This DIY FM radio using the TDA5807 and LCD display has a much cleaner sound than the designs using the TEA5767. It does have digital controls for the volume where the lowest level, 0, is still audible. Like other FM kits, it only stops when it scans and detects a strong signal, so weaker stations may be missed. Increasing the volume allows the lights across the top to light up, and if sufficiently loud, the centre ones will start to change colour (curious when the installed LEDs are just two pins).

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  • September-18 2020 01:35:59

    Bonjour à l'équipe Banggood objet bien reçu merci.

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  • November-21 2020 04:02:33

    I'm very happy. I recommend!

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  • November-14 2020 04:52:57

    Everything works as it should. Easy to put together Thanks

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