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  1. AOUT_NG Eurorack format

    C'est vrai. Also, most decent DACs are fine-pitch SMT, or at least that's what I thought at the time. Plus, there's already a MIDIbox AOUT, meaning no coding or config changes needed.  
  2. AOUT_NG Eurorack format

    I never ordered the boards and instead made a THT MAX525 version, which works quite well. The DAC is expensive though. 
  3. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Hi, still waiting on cases and demo vids. Peter will chime in, but I think he's about 30 chapters in. There may also be some minor component changes to match LED brightness.  Best, Andy
  4. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Correct. If you use the copy&paste tool on midiphy, the correct parts should be there.
  5. midiphy SEQ v4+

    A few updates: We noticed a bug in the BOM ordering system. For lemec_RH board, there are SMT resistor networks:  652-4816P-1LF-10K, which is an isolated 10K resistor network. The link to the Mouser page was correct, but the part number was 652-4816P-T2LF-10K, this is incorrect for lemec_R. If you have ordered parts, please check that you have two pieces of the P-1 part. You still require the P-2 part (bussed resistor network) for JA. Sorry for any inconvenience. In more positive news, the case batch has been fabricated and is off for painting next week. Without trying to promise too much, we expect to have the cases very soon, and in combination with Peter's tutorial videos, maybe a release in November is feasible!  
  6. midi socket 5pol Din 180°

    Maybe ask @Hawkeye if you want some cheap DIN sockets. I think he has a few. Myself I'll stick with alright-quality ones as I don't trust the super cheap ones.
  7. midiphy SEQ v4+

    New thread maybe? The thru is on all seven outputs (4 DIN and 3 3.5mm), but also on the second IDC header. So you could chain to another board in theory. The other parts are not necessary but just for extra soldering practice.
  8. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Still waiting for another builder to verify it, but the 3.5mm sockets are meant for MIDI too. The resistors can be installed both ways around, as there are two possible standards. USB is boring power, yep!
  9. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Did you just read this thread or the concept one as well?  Participation is simple, just buy the boards/kits and parts when they're available. No bulk order or pre-payment. When the first batch is sold, we'll reorder and so on. Hope that helps, Andy  
  10. Wilba encoder woes

    Nice! Missing pull-up resistors (resistor networks) will often cause havoc with the switching behaviour :).
  11. Wilba encoder woes

    Are you using the correct hardware configuration file for a Wilba panel?
  12. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Hello, The last things to make a BOM for are the sets of screws, washers, spacers. Although these can be bought from Mouser, I think the idea is to provide a set with the case. Especially standoffs (Abstandsbolzen) are super expensive from Mouser. We need to check what parts are supplied by Adrian and what we (or users) need to source themselves. At least there should be nothing more fancy required from Mouser. The M3 right-angle mounting brackets that are soldered into the MIDI8, I2C and USB PCBs are already associated with those PCBs. The DB-25 connector also has (I think imperial) screws for panel mounting. In the next case rev, the PCB mounting points will be used as well for extra stabilisation, hence we don't quite know the required number and type of standoffs required. Best, Andy
  13. Out-of-stock parts for midiphy BOM tool

    No worries, imagine the pain at getting these lists together!
  14. dipCoreF4 and dipBoardF4, a compact Core.

    Chapeau!!
  15. Out-of-stock parts for midiphy BOM tool

    Actually out of stock for another week or so