Ubld.It Electronics is a veteran Tindie seller who has, in under a year sold over a whopping 300 orders. Their AtariPunkr, a DIY Audio Synthesiser Kit – Atari Punk Console, has a full assembly post on Instructables complete with easy to follow steps on where on the PCB you will work next.
The Punkr runs off of a 9v battery and a 3.5mm stereo output jack. It is easy to assemble; they even have a video where their young son does all the soldering!
The first step in building any kit is to identify and count all the pieces that come with the kit. Nothing is more frustrating than getting all the way to the end of a build only to find out that something is missing. Here’s a list of what’s included.
- B1 – 9V Battery Holder
- C1, C5, C6 – 0.1uF 50V Disc Capacitor
- C2 – 220uF 25V Electrolytic Capacitor
- C3 – 0.01uF 50V Disc Capacitor
- C4 – 10uF 25V Electrolytic Capacitor
- D1, D2, D3 – 3mm Green LED
- J1 – 2 Pole 5mm Terminal Block
- R1, R4, R8 – 100K Ohm Linear Potentiometer
- R2, R5 – 2.2K Ohm 1/4 W Resistor
- R3, R7, R9, R11,R14,R15 – 1K 1/4W Resistor
- R10 – 10K 1/4W Resistor
- R12 – 1K Ohm Linear Potentiometer
- R13 – 4.7K Ohm 1/4W Resistor
- U1 – 556 Timer
- U2 – CD402BCN Binary Counter
- U3 – 8 Position Dip Switch
- U4 – 555 Timer
- U5 – 1/8” (3.5mm) Stereo Jack
- U6 – Momentary Tactile Switch
- U7 – 1P3T Switch (off – on – button)
- Speaker – 1W Mylar Speaker
- Tape – Double Sided Tape 2 2
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