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hey guys, i am planning on getting some midibox pcbs done, mostly cause i need them myself but i might just do a slightly bigger run and make them available to the community at cost. mostly i am looking to do a version of @Fairlightiii's rotary encoder / led ring board: http://www.midibox.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=mb-lre8x2cs_rev4.6 4x2 encoders seems fine, as discussed here but i really want to do a 4x1 version instead, to keep it more modular for different configurations. now here's the thing. by now i got back into electronics enough that i can (barely) assem
Current status is: I received permission from Wilba to use his frontpanel design.I'm in contact with Roelli figuring out the right approach to this bulk.Haven't contacted Heidenreich yet, in a week I know more. The measurements of the shipping box are 590 x 290 x 140 mm, so either shipping with:DHL PÃ¤ckchen bis 2 kg International mit Service Nachweis 17.90â‚¬ (only tracking, no insurance, 35â‚¬ damage refund) CN22 custom formor DHL Paket bis 5 kg International 16.99â‚¬ - 42.99â‚¬ (full insurance with tracking) CN23 custom form case comes with blank back panel, rubber feet, uniform color bl
Hi, This does not belong directly to the MIOS, but I haven't found a better sub-forum for my question... I'm trying to learn a lot of the low level stuff associated with MIDI right now. Mostly about USB connection. The svn repo is pretty good for it. I learned a lot of it already... I'm thinking about implementing myself(for learning purposes) a MIDI-USB connection with my STM32f4 dev board. I'm planning to use an ULPI PHY for HiSpeed Connction to achieve lowest latencies(8 times lower latency than FS). I think the Interrupt transfer method should be the best fit for it, since it has g