Wow - it has taken me months to finally get around to packaging up my latest DSP. With work, travel and holidays I have a huge bag of excuses, but I guess the actual reason is that my old DSP using the Analog Devices AD1940 actually works just fine.
The results are I think pretty neat:
The case was made from leftover bits from the last set I built - the sides are simply timber with a groove routed for the top and bottom panels to sit in, and the front and rear panels screw into the timber sides. It makes a change from the multitude of "all metal" cases that litter my workroom and playroom.
The implementation here has one analogue to digital converter and four digital to analogue converter cards.
These can be seen here:
Where the ADC is the first vertically mounted bard on the left with the slightly scruffy IDC cable. The four DACS...