Connect headphone on the VM202N


#1

Hi,

I would like to connect an headphone HPD11 to this module.
How can I connect an headphone in such a way that I also can change the volume?

If it is not possible to connect the headphone directly can I modify the MK136 so that I connect the MP3 player VM202N to it?

I hope someone can help me.

Kind regards, Reinier


#2

VM202N is not suited to drive a low-impedance headphone.
You could modify MK136.
(remove mic’s and resistors R1 & R2, change R14 & R15 to 2K2)


#3

Hi,

Thank you for your advice.
I was thinking the same way. Now I get a little background noise. Mayby is the R14 en R15 to much.
This will only reduce the Amplification.

How can I reduce the background noise?

Kind regards, Reinier


#4

Hi,

How can I change the Amplication? With R14 and R10.
What is the normal resistant for R10?

Thanks for your help.

Kind regards, Reinier


#5

Hi,

I found the little background noise. It is the USB adapter I use instead of batteries.
Maybe with an elco I can reduce the drift a little bit more. What do you advice?

I build three MK136 with VM202N and HPd11 headphone. The sound is really good.
I Change the resitors. R10 & R12 to 2k2 and R14 & R15 to 1k.
If I am correct is the amplifier about 1,5x

Kind regards, Reinier


#6

Gain = 1 + R15/R12

Unit has been designed to run from batteries.
It needs a really smooth DC voltage.
We’d recommend a regulated PSU with transformer.
You could try adding a 1000µF cap.


#7

Hi,

Thank you very much for this issue. I appreciate your support.
I can now finish this project and I am satisfied with the result.
You are doning good work.

Kind regards, Reinier


#8

Not to hash up an old thread but was there any concrete resolution to powering the MK136 with a USB charger? Adding an additional cap, etc.

Since USB chargers are rechargeable and cheap these days they’re more economical the AAs, even rechargeable AAs. A resolution to this would be great.