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  1. Ich hab grad auf der Ploytec Webseite gesehen, da scheint es neuerdings einen großen Bruder vom allseits beliebten GM5 Chip zu geben. Hat wohl USB 2.0 / 3.0 MIDI mit bis zu 16 In / 16 Out Ports. Mehr ist auf der Seite leider nicht zu erfahren, der dortige Link ist Passwortgeschützt. http://www.ploytec.com/ http://www.ploytec.com/datasheets   Hat jemand schon mehr Infos dazu?
  2. USB to MIDI converter?

    Hi, a while ago I bought a Nektar impact LX 61 keyboard, which has an USB connector only (see bottom of http://www.nektartech.com/Products/Impact-LX49 ). That worked fine (with some latency) connected to a PC and making music with a DAW. Now I'd like to connect it directly to other MIDI devices, like my e-drum, which accepts MIDI controllers for backing parts, through regular MIDI connectors. I'm sure there is a solution to this, but I'm not sure which one will work when searching the web. E.g. there are some USB/MIDI converters like the Prodipe MIDI USB 4i/4o (http://www.prodipe.com/en/products/interfaces/item/60-interface-midi-usb-4in/60-interface-midi-usb-4in), but USB seems to be dedicated to PC only. I'm not sure if USB/MIDI cables with integrated converter will do (e.g. http://www.thomann.de/gb/terrasoniq_midi_one.htm ). What I'd like to have is a stand-alone solution, which converts the LX's USB connector into a regular MIDI connector, so I can plug it directly into other MIDI devices. Power supply from the solution would be nice to have over USB, as that's the LX's normal mode - alternatively I could attach an extra power supply to the LX (right left to the USB port). [error: that's for a foot switch] I welcome your suggestions ; -) Thanks from Germany, Michael
  3. Hey, I've managed to damage the USB port on my Midi Keyboard. It is now loose. The keyboard still gets power but my laptop doesn't detect the keyboard is connected.   As you can probably tell I'm not that clued up on circuit board repairs so would appreciate any help. I've got the circuit board out but there's no obvious connection that needs repair apart from the USB port being extremely 'wobbly'. Anyone have any idea the best way to fix this?   cheers,   Jake