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dimkasta 30th March 2013 11:56 AM

Did some more listening and I think its clearer for me... Paper tape under Tibi's puck is a nonono.

BMW850 30th March 2013 01:02 PM

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Hi Tibi,

I have the CD Puck ordered.
Might be an option, boards of the 5v Salas low voltage shunt regulator because dimkasta have good results with those regs.

Here a picture of Doede his site this is how I mean inclusive the transformer, plug in and play.
These are 5v 1A regs, I think that 80mA will be enough.
Only the 2 motor has more power needed.

Regards,
Rudy

syklab 30th March 2013 01:29 PM

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Originally Posted by BMW850 (Post 3433888)
No one can help me with this question? :confused:
If I connect this +5v wrong I have a problem, I would like to know for sure.

Regards,
Rudy

The orange wire is the 5V which connects the main pcb and the display pcb.

http://i1196.photobucket.com/albums/...psab187f97.jpg

http://i1196.photobucket.com/albums/...psa0c4e049.jpg

BMW850 30th March 2013 01:45 PM

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Thanks syklab,

Waiting now for the terminals, when they arrive I go further.
I have no hurry because I can listen every day, to my Shigaclone.
The only goal for me is to make Tibiís Shiga better sounding.

Regards,
Rudy

BMW850 30th March 2013 04:12 PM

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Hi Skylab,

I look again to your picture and see you use red for GND and purple for +8v :confused:
Be aware you make no mistakes with diferent colors.
The other side of the PCB is +8v, on the wrong side the intention was, here the + 8v connection.
Then the error thus made

I have changes the inlet with a fuse ;)

Regards,
Rudy

syklab 30th March 2013 04:15 PM

I inserted the cable in the wrong direction, the blue is +8V and reed is ground, I have marked te red cable with a black marker so I won't forget. I will make a correct cable later.

tonyptony 31st March 2013 06:13 PM

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Nothing special to show, except my enclosure (sans top). It is currently drying from its final coat of semi-gloss polyurethane. I decided to stain it Cherry. Looks better in person than in the pic.

You can see that because the cabinet walls are thicker than a standard aluminum enclosure I had to cut a slot for the buttons instead of small holes - the buttons would have never cleared the wall thickness that way. I don't have a router, so I couldn't route out the backside to help.

Considering the last time I did any hobby woodwork was in high school shop class I guess it's not horrible.

pchw 31st March 2013 07:30 PM

Hi Syklab,

Did you get the chance to replace the clock with Anton's kit?
I aso have the same kit and eager to hear your impressions.

Thanks!!

tonyptony 31st March 2013 07:32 PM

Fred, which kit?

pchw 31st March 2013 07:41 PM

Hi Tony,

This GB. Contact Anton if you are interested, he may still have the kit or pcb available. Since you are interested in a dedicated PS to the clock, this kit should make it easier. Also, read the last 2 posts for Syklab's question and Anton's answer of how to do the wiring.


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