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  1. Hi hawkeye,

    could you tell me what vfd you used on the seq v4 please .

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    2. borfo


      For the record, Noritake CU40025-uw6j VFDs also work.

    3. Hawkeye


      And i would totally recommend the Noritakes! The Futabas might not be entirely compatible regarding timing. I managed to get them working in the end, but performed some display driver hacking back then, many years ago, it should be documented in the build thread... :-)

    4. borfo


      The Noritake "just works"...  And they are nice looking VFDs.  That website always has a selection of them on sale pretty cheap - the 40x2 displays go on sale for around $25-30 every once in a while.


  2. inductionloop's MB-6582

    I bought a Red LCD, when i plugged it in i discovered it was Orange?, tried a BLUE and Green screen but rather liked the Orange. The pots were a chance find on e-bay, i love the industrial look of them.
  3. inductionloop's MB-6582

    Originally put normal LED's in but, decided to remove them and go for flat cylindrical ones (better).
  4. inductionloop's MB-6582

    Finally got round to taking a couple of pic's, i love the sound of this synth, the step sequencer and mod matrix are fantastic. Really well documented, impressed with the quality of the MidiBox projects.
  5. Control surface PCB for 16 encoders/LEDrings Bulk Order

    Perfect, could i get 2 please.
  6. LCD without display on MB 6582

    I finished my MB-6582 about 3 weeks ago and had this exact problem, but chose to just use CTRL to mess around with it while i figured it out. I can not believe all i had to do is twiddle the contrast pot a bit!!
  7. sammichSID and sammichFM

    Did you put the sid on e bay? Cheers.
  8. SammichSID sales request

    Have you sold this? Thanks.