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Offline wezn

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Best video courses to start learning electronic.
« on: May 06, 2021, 02:18:10 pm »
Hi everyone

Recently i found my self interresting a lot about electronics and i wish if i could repair myself small devices like mobile phones , camera or computer's component like graphic card or motherbord or even lcd screens. not like a pro but just as a hobby.

I'm looking for courses to learn electronic basis and repairing proccess. All the course i watched on youtube or udemy on fixing electronics assumes that the viewer already have electronic basics.

Any recommendation plaise ? Thank you.
 

Offline Ahura Mazda

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Re: Best video courses to start learning electronic.
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2021, 05:24:30 pm »
I don't know much about video lessons except from channels like Eevblog, of course, "w2aew" (absolutely top quality), "electronics repair school" (channel mostly fixing laptops, monitors and alike), "Mr Carlson's Lab", "RSD Academy",...
Also, there are lectures on YT from professor Razavi, called "Razavi electronics", which may be more technical and advanced involving lots of math, but you could learn immense amount of stuff.

I would suggest some books though,  three volumes of "Encyclopedia of Electronic Components" written by Charles Platt, covering many, many components and is easy to read, and also showing a lot of circuit applications.
Also, maybe the book "Practical Electronics for Inventors" and "The Art of Electronics".

I hope you find something interesting out of all these!
 

Offline Heisen

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Re: Best video courses to start learning electronic.
« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2021, 08:46:34 pm »
Not a video, but a very good book and it's short, you will finish in no time. I am no expert but I started with this. It's the very basics.

Getting Started in Electronics
Book by Forrest Mims
 
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Offline Capernicus

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Re: Best video courses to start learning electronic.
« Reply #3 on: May 07, 2021, 08:05:36 am »
You can pretty learn off anything or anyone,  even if you completely dislike some-one elses style, you can still learn things off them, cause the electricity is the same for us all, no matter how we do it.

I learnt everything of EEVBlog,  Dave is pretty good,  pretty much gave me the equivilent of a apprenticeship within 2 years,  starting from complete dreamer to a depressed professional!!!   

I don't think electricity is so hard by itself, its a simpler model than say chemistry but because its physical theres always going to be little things you don't guess right about it,  but as long as u can handle the majority of it,  your machines should still work, in some buffer of approximality.
 

Offline DasDingleberg

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Re: Best video courses to start learning electronic.
« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2021, 08:41:38 am »
Am mostly posting so I can come back and look at others' answers, but my jumping-off point is going to be mechanical keyboards, first a kit to learn soldering, then modifying an existing kit to get the basics of kiCad.
 
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Offline Anthocyanina

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Re: Best video courses to start learning electronic.
« Reply #5 on: May 07, 2021, 09:43:07 am »
To add to everyone's suggestions, there is a channel called "Mateo Aboy" where 2 teachers make really comprehensive videos about electronics, really good for beginners
 

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Re: Best video courses to start learning electronic.
« Reply #6 on: May 07, 2021, 09:58:41 am »
Not a video: The devices you mention mostly use SMDs, so I suggest
that you get some scrap boards and start practicing desoldering
components and then solder them back.
 


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