Radioelectronics
If you always wondered what is inside of all these devices we have at home and use every single day, you’re ready to start the exciting journey to the world of radio electronics with Best YouTube Radioelectronics Channels! Engineers, enthusiasts, and radio electronics fans will present their projects, share some useful tips and tricks, demo the great tools and equipment they use. Discover the world of radio electronics with Radioelectronics Channels!

1. EEVblog

537,909 subscribers
An off-the-cuff Video Blog about Electronics Engineering, for engineers, hobbyists, enthusiasts, hackers, and Makers. Hosted by Dave Jones from Sydney Australia.

2. Samy Kamkar

145,720 subscribers
Hi! I'm Samy and welcome to the Applied Hacking channel. I'm releasing original research, tools, and videos around hacking, technology, and security - anywhere from reverse engineering, coding, software, hardware, radio, electronics, fabrication and even physical security. Full source code, schematics, 3D models, and documentation will often be provided, and I'll go step by step into most of these projects so you can follow along, and build even better things on top! I also explain how to protect yourself from such attacks and methods to improve security in general.

3. Inspire To Make

269,599 subscribers
Hi there! I started this YouTube channel to share my DIY creations and to inspire you to make cool stuff. Here I will publish my DIY videos, tips, and tricks, secrets of fixing stuff and interviews with different makers.

4. w2aew

87,203 subscribers
Mostly videos on hobby electronics, test & measurement, ham radio, and other stuff. The site is mainly geared towards the hobbyist. Be sure to let me know if there's a similar topic that you'd like to see a video on! With big thanks to long-time subscriber Dino (KL0S), I've now got an index to all of the videos (arranged numerically and by topic) - see the link at the lower right corner of the channel's head graphic.

5. Mr Carlson's Lab

104,816 subscribers
Electronic "how to's," and random project descriptions.

6. Uncle Doug

49,704 subscribers
Greetings and welcome to my channel, which features videos about classic vintage guitar amplifiers and circuits, vintage jukeboxes, electronic equipment and devices, handmade steam engines, and technical/instructional presentations.

7. AllAmericanFiveRadio

33,435 subscribers
Always Use an Isolation Transformer!

8. 12voltvids

36,857 subscribers
Retired electronics repair technician with over 30 years practical experience in the field of Audio, Television and VCR servicing. I'll show you the tricks to fixing many simple problems that appear over and over in consumer electronics. You will also see new equipment not only reviewed but taken apart and examined for build quality.

9. bigclivedotcom

377,017 subscribers
The trashiest electronic channel on YouTube. We test and use affordable electronic soldering equipment and tools to build, teardown, modify (and sometimes destroy) random electronic stuff. Many of the builds and projects featured here operate at full mains voltage and carry a high risk of shock and fire. As such they're really intended for either entertainment value or for those who do similar stuff. The videos are generally uncensored and may contain tasteless jokes, profanities and even blood and electric shocks when things go wrong. So just like a normal workshop really. So kick back, grab a beer and enjoy the ride.

10. Photonicinduction

363,289 subscribers
One man and plug socket = Mayhem. Interesting and mad scientific experiments involving electrical energy, plenty of interesting components and everyday items tested and cranked up with so much power "until it pops!" With 25 Years Electrical Experience, overload on the internet since 2008 to Now. No silly expensive lab required, the best Inventors did it all at home first!

11. TRX Bench

19,976 subscribers
All about Radios: 2-way Radio Lab Electronic fun for the radio community.

12. The Radio Shop

7,722 subscribers
My channel is mostly about electronics. My main interest is radio electronics. Ham and CB related. I also like commercial radio as in the business band. I repair lots of vintage Ham and CB gear. I also like metal detecting.