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FirstLook : DIY PowerBank + PSU + Voltmeter "Boltz"

Hello Guys and welcome to our latest video. Here we showcase our latest DIY PowerBank + PSU + Voltmeter "Boltz". Like, Comment and Subscribe us for more awesome stuff. Mr AbAk - AbhayAkshay Maurya http://youtu.be/WhBcSOF5T7g

Make Yourself a TV Remote Controlled Arduino Robot!

Hello guys. Abhay and Akshay here! Today we are going to make a TV remote controlled Robot that not only works like a charm but you can also upgrade it by editing the code and utilising a few more buttons present on the TV Remote. You can also create other projects with this code like door lock or home automation or home lighting by just using relay shield in place of motor shield and editing the code a little bit. This project is inspired by none. This is our Original idea but we have taken some help from GreatScott's IR TV controlled LED Strip Tutorial. We upgraded it by controlling and making a robot with TV Remote. Support us for creating more DIYs and HowTos for you by pledging for us here -http://bit.ly/PatreonMrAbAk Find us on- Facebook-http://bit.ly/FacebookMrAbAk Youtube-http://bit.ly/YoutubeMrAbAk Google+ -http://bit.ly/GoogleplusMrAbAk Blogger-http://bit.ly/BlogMrAbAK Patreon-http://bit.ly/PatreonMrAbAk Twiiter-http://bit.ly/TwitterMrAbAk Parental Guidance may be needed for this project. Be Safe. Circuits- Check out our instructables page for more information about materials required. After gathering out all this stuff just follow the instructions in the video and make yourself a creative click pen gun that can be used to shoot your targets or enemies, everyone very easily. More awesome projects coming soon. Stay tuned. Thanks for Watching. Please Subscribe here http://bit.ly/SubMrAbAk Mr AbAk - AbhayAkshay Maurya http://youtu.be/sdqh5I6HW88

First Look#2 : IdiotBox : TV Remote controlled Arduino Robot

Hello Guys and welcome to our latest video. Here we showcase our latest DIY TV Controlled Arduino Robot "IdiotBox". Like, Comment and Subscribe us for more awesome stuff. Mr AbAk - AbhayAkshay Maurya http://youtu.be/rOmiQVFmuAk

Make your own Distortion Box Speaker from PVC Pipe | LM386 2x3W Speaker

Hello everyone. Abhay and Akshay here. It's been a long time since we have published a full step tutorial, so today we are going to make an awesome speaker that sounds good and it can distort sound if given high voltage or extra power. We haven't made any audio amplifier project before, so let us see how it comes out. This project is inspired by Hack A Week's Dean Sergovis' LM386 Mono Amp. We upgraded it by adding a bass booster, 5v output for charging devices,etc. Mr AbAk - AbhayAkshay Maurya http://youtu.be/WagMm_9Do4E

First Look#1 : DIY Distortion Box Speaker

Hello guys and welcome to our latest video. In this video we showcase our latest DIY Distortion Box Speaker. Like, Comment and Subscribe for more such DIYs. Happy DIYing. Thanks for Watching and 300 Subs. Mr AbAk - AbhayAkshay Maurya http://youtu.be/5c2sAIzNquw

Weekend Projects Season 1 Ends

Thank you guys for watching our weekend projects video and we will be right back here after some time... Till then like share and subscribe us... Mr AbAk - AbhayAkshay Maurya http://youtu.be/akbgoyVdmzY

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Hello friends we are Abhay and Akshay of Meerut,India. We are twin brothers from india.We publish random instructables each fortnight.We like physical topics like electricity and magnetism.. We also love robots and their mechanism and reading Instructables... Subscribe for new DIYs every weekend http://bit.ly/SubMrAbAk Find us on- Facebook-http://bit.ly/FacebookMrAbAk Youtube-http://bit.ly/YoutubeMrAbAk Google+ -http://bit.ly/GoogleplusMrAbAk Check DIY Hacks here-http://bit.ly/DIYHacksMrAbAk DIY Hacks are just hacks from common home materials. Check Weekend Projects here-http://bit.ly/WeekendProjectsMrAbAk Weekend Projects are just cool projects that you can make on weekends. Mr AbAk - AbhayAkshay Maurya http://youtu.be/YubEZv56-kA

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