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Old 27th April 2013, 02:42 PM   #1001
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What types of connectors are usable on the card side for the LCD or the push buttons ?

Is it possible tu buy connectors already made with cables with no crimping needed ?

Any references are welcome

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Providing a cable set with the card may be a good thing, event if you charge few /$ for it !
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Old 27th April 2013, 03:53 PM   #1002
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It is used by many as high quality audio player....

There are some more info here

Community Funded Squeezebox Replacement - Would you be interested?
Damn long thread. I'm working through it! Some big claims about its audio capability I can see so far.

However, I think I2S outputs is a no go according to the developer here as recent as 17th April;
Community Funded Squeezebox Replacement - Would you be interested? - Page 87

From the FAQ;
What audio interfaces are going to be supported?
S/PDIF - both coax and optical(TOSLINK), USB, line level analog
- both RCA and balanced(XLR) and headphone.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/jviweuxfhc...eze%20FAQs.pdf
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Old 27th April 2013, 05:00 PM   #1003
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Hi ,

What types of connectors are usable on the card side for the LCD or the push buttons ?

Is it possible tu buy connectors already made with cables with no crimping needed ?

Any references are welcome

@chapark :
Providing a cable set with the card may be a good thing, event if you charge few /$ for it !
You actually get four flat Cables with connectors with the card your request is already granted. Don't know if that's forever though...

The connectors with or without cables can be found on eBay for pennies. Search for "dupont cable 10p" for instance in order to find a ready-made 10 pole cable. Connectors can also be found easily if you want to roll your own cables.
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Old 27th April 2013, 08:46 PM   #1004
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I would like to integrate a USB-I2S interface into my Najda build. Has anyone considered the miniSTREAMER from minidsp?
Hi Don,

I haven't heard of any build with Najda and the miniStreamer.
What has been tested so far is the Amareno, a Tenor derivative and someone wrote he's going to try the Luckit - but I haven't heard from that last one yet.

(2 minutes later, time to check the miniStreamer specs) It's going to work fine, no problem. It's actually based on the Tenor chip, and this has been tested.

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How about a function to make software setting in pairs?
Hi Bengt,

Do you mean EQs? Or everything (also cross-over/gains/delays)?

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Hi ,

What types of connectors are usable on the card side for the LCD or the push buttons ?

Is it possible tu buy connectors already made with cables with no crimping needed ?

Any references are welcome

@chapark :
Providing a cable set with the card may be a good thing, event if you charge few /$ for it !
Salut Pascal,

As Urban pointed out, there are four 8-pole flat cables coming with the board. They have on one end a header socket (8 contacts in-line).

Also, here's an example of Dupont wires that Urban mentioned, which are a good alternative. You can separate each wire in order to make point to point contacts, and there are various colors so you don't get confused when there are wires crossing each other in your build.

If you make a search on ebay or elsewhere, you'll find out that Dupont wires come in various lengths. In the example above, they are 20 cm long.

It's not really possible for me to supply a wiring kit. I wouldn't know what length you need, and there's no pinout standard for LCD displays and IR sensors.

Hope this helps.

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Old 27th April 2013, 09:31 PM   #1005
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Default Nadja Firmware

Is the firmware open source?
If not, is there a development tool chain that can be used for software download/debugging, do you provide any API?
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Old 27th April 2013, 09:44 PM   #1006
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Do you mean EQs? Or everything (also cross-over/gains/delays)?
For everything, seems silly having to make the same settings for both left and right channel in a symetrical setup .

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Old 27th April 2013, 10:02 PM   #1007
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For everything, seems silly having to make the same settings for both left and right channel in a symetrical setup .
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+1. Linking channels as pairs would be nice so that when you alter any setting on say channel 1 it is reflected on channel 2 also.
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Old 28th April 2013, 08:51 AM   #1009
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Linking channels as pairs would be nice so that when you alter any setting on say channel 1 it is reflected on channel 2 also
An alternative could be a button "Copy configuration to channel X" as it exist in another sofware DSP .

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For now, if you pay careful attention to the format of the file, you could edit the setup file and copy the configuration of the channel you desire to that of the target channel. I have done this successfully. Just be sure to maintain the correct labes and format.
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