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About Oliverleranger

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  1. Sealing boards with rubber spray

    I use KF 1450, it's an acrylic varnish for pcb, it's solderable, transparent or green. The varnish is very resistent and protect from shorting, oxidation etc. Easy to use.   Another way to make the job, the inconvenient is that you have to protect the connectors otherwise you will have some problems, because the spray is very volatile, the varnish go everywhere on the board!   I think your solution is better if you don't have case.
  2. My midibox SID

    I have already set this parameter and the display works fine with the 4 lines on the other menus, the first page normaly display more informations?    
  3. My midibox SID

    Thank you!   The front panel components are mounted on breadboards, witch are screwed on spacer, and fixed on the panel with epoxy glue...
  4. MBFMFront

    From the album Midibox FM

  5. MBFMBack

    From the album Midibox FM

  6. MBFMInside1

    From the album Midibox FM

  7. MBFMInside2

    From the album Midibox FM

  8. My midibox SID

    Hi everybody,   I just want to share my work.   I've build my midibox SID in an all diy way, in order to learn and understand everything in the box, and make some modifications to the original project.   here is some pictures:       I have modified the original layout of the mbhp_core_v3 and mbhp_sid_v3 in order to remove the power components (I wanted to build an external power supply), and to make a stereo version of the mbhp_sid. I integrate a matrix mixer and an headphone amplifier, I also add a buffer to the separate output. The design of the mixer is based on the Ken Stone's matrix mixer CGS33 http://www.cgs.synth.net/ The amplifier is from sonelec-musique.com http://www.sonelec-musique.com/electronique_realisations_ampli_casque_005.html   For the front panel I have used the aluminium etching process with ferric chloride for nameplate engraving. The box is made from medium density fibreboard.   For the pic programming, I used my old pic programmer that I build 17 years ago. I had to modify the firmware of the MB6582 in order to get the control surface working without the multiplexed DIN & DOUT.   If you want, I can share my PCB layout of the stereo sid and core.   Voilà!   Thanks again for your work TK...
  9. MBSIDBack

    From the album Midibox SID

  10. MBSIDFront

    From the album Midibox SID

  11. MBSIDInside

    From the album Midibox SID