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Old 3rd January 2013, 06:39 PM   #1861
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Old 4th January 2013, 12:19 AM   #1862
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Anyways

I can see this thread hit 200 pages in no time!
Can i make a suggestion ??

Can we Wiki this info for future people saving them the trouble of having to read through all of it.
Including the info about the FIFO, clock boards and Input board

Then Ian can append it to his signature for everyone's viewing pleasure :P
This would clean up the thread and keep it on track as most simple questions would be answered
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Old 4th January 2013, 12:30 AM   #1863
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That's a great thought mate. You up for it?
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Old 4th January 2013, 12:40 AM   #1864
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Wiki is a good idea, I would contribute to maintaining/setting up a wiki for this project on one condition, that Ian is happy for it to be recorded in that way.

IF Ian is happy for the community to maintain a wiki on his project then I think it would be a great initiative!
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Old 4th January 2013, 12:42 AM   #1865
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Agreed - Ian has to bless it.
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Old 4th January 2013, 12:52 AM   #1866
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FWIW I think the wiki could be used as a simple index to the important bits of information in the thread and arranged by 'sub-project' ie 1 section for FIFO information and a separate section for different XO boards, isol boards etc etc and would act as an index of links to Ian's (and other 'experts') post's with information that is already in the thread.
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After storm, love to see this clearing. Democracy at works on a global level! WIKI is great idea, I would say for every important thread that supports a particular project. That way everyone could easily gather the most important info.
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Old 4th January 2013, 01:36 AM   #1868
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And #2 LOL

On the Input Board...
Are the inputs selectable or are they all "bridged" ??

I'm looking at the idea of building a preamp.
If they are selectable by the means of i2C or switches/jumpers I'd be interested to see if it can be expanded :P
I'm no good with boards so I'd rather compensate someone that could do it in less time / effort rather than me
Was thinking double the inputs of the Current one would be a decent start for a preamp for the digital section
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Old 4th January 2013, 01:42 AM   #1869
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And #2 LOL

On the Input Board...
Are the inputs selectable or are they all "bridged" ??
On the spdif board the inputs are selectable.

EDIT: I see you wrote some more

Well I believe the spdif board in current state has a push button that cycles through the inputs, not an extendable protocol, but very functional. I haven't used or have any intention of using the spdif board (I don't need more than one i2s input) Thinking out loud here - I wonder if the extra i2s 'backdoor' input could be used to have 2 boards stacked together somehow?


I have started a draft wiki offline and will only click the 'Publish' button if Ian gives the nod of approval

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Well I believe the spdif board in current state has a push button that cycles through the inputs, not an extendable protocol, but very functional. I haven't used or have any intention of using the spdif board (I don't need more than one i2s input) Thinking out loud here - I wonder if the extra i2s 'backdoor' input could be used to have 2 boards stacked together somehow?
I'd rather just have more inputs on the board and keep the single I2S coming off the board that way the digital signals can be fed into a I2S Bridge ( Open - FIFO On, Closed - FIFO Off ) of some sort before it hits the BIII
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