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  1. CD32 TF330 and New riser USB

    Quote Originally Posted by Kulamario123 View Post
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    Hi, ist the TF330 and Riser still available?
    I would show my interest, regards zE
  2. Checkmate Build (Part 6.5) CD Sound

    Well as I cannot work out how to add pictures to my own comments, I have created a new post for the comparison pics of the 2 5.25 drives.
    The darker (LG) drive is a tight fit which is good as it holds itself in (as the screw fixings don't line up), the lighter drive is a bit looser and I will need to maybe apply some tape or something to help secure it. But its not like the Checkmate case get moved around a lot.

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  3. Checkmate Build (Part 6) CD Sound

    Well my next project with this case is to get the CD Audio working properly. I can play music CDs using an app that reads the music from the data stream, but as I want it all, I want to use an app that can do that AND look up the CD details online. These apps it seems just get the cd drive to output audio over the analog connection. So at the moment I can either use two apps simultaneously or have either the online lookup or actually play music. fix this I need two things ...
  4. Checkmate Build (Part 5)

    Well for Xmas I got a rapidroad USB for my checkmate. I got a couple of short USB extenders that did not have chunky female connectors, and took my dremel to my spare little additional front panel for the checkmate case.

    At first it was great, but then I realised that I could not refit the panel with the connectors in place as it would not fit back in and I did not want to modify the case panel itself. Luckily the little panel is reversible which while it doesn't give the same continued ...
  5. Breakout board developing LC4128V tqfp100 cpld

    Some BASIC to align leds:
    10 rem in millimeters
    20 pi=3.14159
    50 centerx=1.600*25.4
    60 centery=1.600*25.4
    70 ledradius = 35.5
    80 resradius = 39
    90 print "grid mm;"
    100 for i=0 to 63
    110 angle = pi * (5/4 + (2*i/64))
    120 x=cos(angle)*ledradius
    130 y=sin(angle)*ledradius
    140 print "move ";
    142 gosub 700
    145 print "LED";pnum$;
    150 print " (";centerx+x;centery+y;");" ...
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