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How to Use a Color Organ Circuit

By Doug Lowe

To place a organ circuit to use making audio and lighting effects, you will need to join a sound system and both lights to the colour organ.

For using the colour organ, the process is simple:

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The color organ can manage only 120 W on the output circuit, and therefore you want to be careful not to overload the circuit. You may use a few 60 W lamps or a W flooding light. Or you may use a few strings of lowwattage lights or Christmas lights.

The simplest way to link the color organ to the system that is audio is to replace one of the speakers with the colour organ. Depends on the speakers and the system connect. When the speakers and post connectors connect, you will need a cable with bare wire on one end and an RCA plug. You will need a cable with RCA plugs if the speakers connect with RCA connectors.

When you use the organ in this manner, it is important to see that the colour member will respond to a single channel of the recording while the speaker and the station play. Typically, you won’t notice much difference. In some records, the sound on the channel is different from the noise on the channel that is perfect. This may affect the quality of the noise, and it can stop the light from flashing in sync with the noise, because the light is currently reacting to a sound source that is different in the one.

Sometimes, you can use this to improve. Before the thunder is heard, by way of example the lightning flashes. All you need is a recording of a thunderstorm where the thunder is heard on the left channel before it is heard on the channel to replicate this effect. If you connect the correct station and the color organ, the light will flash until the sound is heard.

Have fun with your colour organ!

 

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