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MarkT



Which the OP saw, but was confused because the schematic is in several parts that do not seem to be connected at first glance.


Each signal has a name - the name is unique to that signal and defines the connections even if they are not drawn in.

For a simple circuit like this there isn't a good reason not to draw them, but in large circuits it gets horribly confusing to draw all the connections between different parts, so in general its good practice.
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Nantonos




Which the OP saw, but was confused because the schematic is in several parts that do not seem to be connected at first glance.


Each signal has a name - the name is unique to that signal and defines the connections even if they are not drawn in.


Yes, as I pointed out to the OP. They still seem to have difficulty getting it, though.

Bluesky0202

Thanks everyone! I'm a newbie in Arduino. But if I want to use LM3915 instead of MGSEQ7. How it work with Arduino ?

Lakes

You know thats just a VU meter, not a Spectrum Analyzer?

You can make a VU meter with an Arduino.

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