Video time, Jack!I second that.
Also, a big thank you for your post Jack.
Can anyone confirm if this circuit will work with the up coming sound board from AJ Quick and cole?Since they aren't connected together in anyway I don't see why not. Unless someone builds a combined light/sound board any lights will work with any sound.
The LED's do each have a resistor. I'll find a way to put up a better picture tomorrow, because I'd like to minimize the chance of blowing a real chip.According to the picture you posted, the LEDs do not have any resistors in series with them (which is where they are needed). Also, you don't have to worry about blowing up a chip so much as you do blowing up your LEDs. Until you get those resistors in there, you should not try and hook that up.
try the direct link, http://i1092.photobucket.com/albums/i40 ... iagram.jpgYour potentiometer is hooked up wrong and you appear to have power going directly into the reset pin. C2 and C3 are also mostly unnecessary. I've found that they can sometimes make the circuit act funny, try removing them. Here's how I have mine hooked up:
Is there a schematic available for the thrower lights as well?These are ones I made:
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