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Rowan, 17 Apr 2006
Posted 9 Apr 2007
That is one tidy layout!
Thanks, I spent ages planning the layout, I like things tidy. It makes it easier to fault find. Each of the 3 "channels" are made exactly the same so I only had to plan how to make one then just make copies. I think that I'll order the panel next, but I still haven't made up my mind on the layout of the last section. So I'm kind of at a dead end until I can decide.
Nice work ! But why do you have mounted 2 din to every pcb ? As far as I can see you only need 26 inputs.
The ones that are mounted horizontally are DIN's and the ones mounted vertically are DOUT's (apart from one which is a DIN. It's just there at the moment so each module is the same hight).
the 3 encoders on the top left of the modules have built in switchs, so thats an other 3 DIN's. There will also be 2 more panel mount switchs per module, 2 more DIN's. The faders I will be using have an extra switching track, like "fader start" on some DJ mixer.
Each Module will require 15 DOUT's, so one 4xDOUT PCB will be shared between two modules.
aaah, mmkay :)
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