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Old 18th November 2012, 07:10 PM   #121
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IR codes... I have managed to record the codes of all different IR protocols I have available and use them, but in some cases they are not very reliable. The response is also quite slow which bothers me a lot. I have put is aside for a moment and let it rest until I finished the interface of the controller. After that I will dive into the IR codes again.
Ah, ok. I was just wondering. Looking forward to the boards

In the meantime, I have the shield. I updated the Shield model with some JST PH connectors as well.
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Old 19th November 2012, 04:00 PM   #122
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Here's a little preview: CE644 controller - YouTube
Outstanding! I think I need to get one of them displays for my project.

My wife does not like my friendly case at all...the one that waves at you...

I took my DAC with HiFiDuino/Corpius code and Apple remote to a friends house over the weekend. We found a remote from a Squeezebox 2 would cause the source to switch on my DAC. The Apple remote had no effect on the older SB. We didn't notice it at first and suspected hardware difficulties.

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Old 19th November 2012, 04:03 PM   #123
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In the meantime, I have the shield. I updated the Shield model with some JST PH connectors as well.
Nice work on the models gwikse! That shield has simplified my build.
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Old 19th November 2012, 06:54 PM   #124
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Outstanding! I think I need to get one of them displays for my project.

My wife does not like my friendly case at all...the one that waves at you...

I took my DAC with HiFiDuino/Corpius code and Apple remote to a friends house over the weekend. We found a remote from a Squeezebox 2 would cause the source to switch on my DAC. The Apple remote had no effect on the older SB. We didn't notice it at first and suspected hardware difficulties.
Yes those displays are really nice. Almost as good as a vfd display. OK, now I'm exaggerating. I don't like most lcd displays as the are too bright imo.

I'm aware of the DAC reacting to the squeezebox remote. It also reacts on the remote of my TV when I set the volume down. When I finish the gui I'll start working on the remote stuff again.
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Old 21st November 2012, 06:50 AM   #125
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I have hardware debounce ready to go. This is per glt's helpful diagram. The next picture of the new encoder will have holes in the PCB for them mounting lugs. So when you tighten the nut while holding the circuit board, the encoder doesn't turn. Fortunately I left my other software debounce encoder intact.

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Old 21st November 2012, 08:03 AM   #126
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Corpius the controller can select differents FIR for DSD?
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Corpius the controller can select differents FIR for DSD?
FIR filter (sharp & slow roll of) can be set for PCM. For DSD you can set the IIR bandwidth (50, 60 & 70k)
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So can select IIR bandwith for DSD, right?
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Yes, that is possible. The IIR bandwidth can be set to Normal (47k), 50k, 60k, and 70k. For DSD it is recommended to set it from 50k to 70k. Use normal (46k) for PCM.

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I'm planning to program it in a way that when the input format is DSD 50K is automatically is selected, but another setting can also be chosen. When the input format is PCM it should select Normal (47k) automatically.
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I have hardware debounce ready to go. This is per glt's helpful diagram. The next picture of the new encoder will have holes in the PCB for them mounting lugs. So when you tighten the nut while holding the circuit board, the encoder doesn't turn. Fortunately I left my other software debounce encoder intact.

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Have you tried it yet?
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