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  1. Yeh i know. I tried to attach them to the post but it came up with an error. Maybe the files are too big? Anyhow they will be there until the wiki is updated or mediafire shutdown their servers
  2. Try this link for some scans mate. I am about to start this myself thanks heaps for the help! https://www.mediafire.com/folder/rg9ggy340pk7s/MB-6582_PCB_Scans
  3. I purchased some parts from best-electronics a while back. No problems at all. I got some original transistors and crystals from there. Could these be used in the build? The crystals are whoppers. It may be a tight squeeze....
  4. I've had my eye on this also for a while but like you haven't got stuck into it yet. At first I thought about using pots with an ainser module on channel 1 like the original.... but banked encoders with switches (or another detented encoder?) to select each channel/layer may be better. I had a quick browse through the Midibox NG documentation and this seems fairly straight forward as described in the first steps chapter. I think you use the snapshot function to store/recall parameters for each layer for 'blow your socks off!' style polyphony .... but I haven't worked that part out yet.
  5. Thanks for the file and the info! Good stuff :)
  6. Hey mate any chance of re-upping this front panel. The link is down and I can't find this anywhere else. Cheers!
  7. Wow good stuff man! Could I please be added to the list for a pcb and chips? Thanks heaps much appreciated.
  8. HaHa dumped there out of shame. That's classic! :)
  9. Hi mate, I will buy the other one if you still have it? PM sent.
  10. Hi all, I am still trying to get my head around this midibox stuff and wondered how you implement the LED meter? Is it an LTC module connected to the core? Also how many LEDs are supported? Atari is on the way :smile: I just need the info on this before I order the parts. Thanks in advance for your help.
  11. I got a reply from smash about this a couple of weeks ago. He has ordered more and is waiting 3 or 4 weeks for the supplier.
  12. Hi all, I have been a fly on the wall here for a while but am about to embark on my first (of many) MIDIbox projects. In the run up to a mb-6582 using 8 x 6582A, I am thinking about building a stereo 6581. I have a chip already and am looking at buying another which is the same revision, manufacturer and year but was made 5 weeks earlier. Is this close enough for a good stereo match, or do they deviate even from week to week? The chip I have is an MOS R4AR. Cheers!
  13. Hi mate, I am interested in the mbseq mini pcb. How much posted to Perth Western Australia? Cheers I may also buy the breadbin case and datasette. Pics and prices would be great!
  14. Hi mate do you still have the sid's for sale?
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