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Old 21st September 2003, 06:07 AM   #301
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Question Where can I find!

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Where can I find a C/C++ source code (for PIC16 Series/8051 MCU) to control the IDE CD-ROM???
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Old 22nd September 2003, 04:55 PM   #302
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Default digital signals into some cdrom's

It's easy to identify digital signals into older cdrom's. Just look after the DAC chip on the board, find it's datasheet and observe data/clock input pins and format accepted. (sony or I2S)
Remove DAC chip and wire out serial data and clocks; say bye-bye to sp/dif.
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Old 6th October 2003, 06:04 PM   #303
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How is it going with this project. I'm very interested and I'm testing on how I can use my cd rom( liteon) as a standalone. Is there any progress in this project?
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Old 7th October 2003, 12:36 AM   #304
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Default Re: Where can I find!

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Hello!

Where can I find a C/C++ source code (for PIC16 Series/8051 MCU) to control the IDE CD-ROM???

Try This PDF (have some chinese character)


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Old 8th October 2003, 05:31 PM   #305
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Ok, let's revive a little bit this thread
I just finished the control board. I have a few bugs to fix, but is working fine. The features are as described in my previous posts: lcd display support(2x16) , remote control and a few buttons. This version is suitable for getting data on sp/dif output or, for the brave ones, I2S/Sony data lines could be found inside on some cdrom's.
I will post schematic and pictures soon; maybe I can make a few boards available if there is some request.
I strongly recommend clock upgrade inside any cdrom!
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Old 8th October 2003, 05:48 PM   #306
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Ok, let's revive a little bit this thread
I just finished the control board. I have a few bugs to fix, but is working fine. The features are as described in my previous posts: lcd display support(2x16) , remote control and a few buttons. This version is suitable for getting data on sp/dif output or, for the brave ones, I2S/Sony data lines could be found inside on some cdrom's.
I will post schematic and pictures soon; maybe I can make a few boards available if there is some request.
I strongly recommend clock upgrade inside any cdrom!
Hi,Lupulroz
what you mean getting data on spdif?
IMO, I thought we can control the CDROM only through the IDE interface.
And the digital output of the CDROM transmit the sound signal.


If anything wrong please correct me!
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Old 8th October 2003, 06:39 PM   #307
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i have finished my prototype of the MoCoP project, here: http://private.addcom.de/KeithWilson/Projects/mucop.htm

i built it on vero/strip board. not a PCB.

i cannout find a 20MHz resonator or crystal, so i cannot test it.

i will report back when i have tested it.
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Old 8th October 2003, 07:30 PM   #308
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Hi Omar
That's exactly how you say: control through ATA interface, digital out on sp/dif... I don't see where lies the mistery..
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Old 8th October 2003, 11:48 PM   #309
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Hi,Lupulroz
You said that your version sutable for getting "data" from spdif so I thought which means control signal......

Now is cristal clear.....it's my misunderstanding.....what am I thinking then........

Expecting your detail and pics....
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Old 9th October 2003, 01:57 AM   #310
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I'm assuming if you have a digital output, then the sound comes out of the analog and digital outputs at the same time (no need for code to select the ouput). If this isn't true, then give me a yell. Looks like with my assumptions that I could use matttmattt's design, and using the digital output, and hook the standalone player straight to the digital input of my receiver.
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Old 19th October 2003, 02:49 AM   #311
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Default hey mat(lotsa t's)cat(lotsa t's)

any progress on the mucop?
(lost track of the t's.. sorry)
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Old 21st October 2003, 08:32 AM   #312
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It seems to be a difference in responses to some interogations between older cdrom drives and new ones. This is why it takes tame to finalize software, I am trying to write an "universal" code. For example I made a version that worked perfectly on an older drive, but a new TEAC unit just ignore some requests.
With older units you can get data (if you open them) generally in Sony/BB, so they are still worth.
Either sp/dif (with clock upgrade inside) will do good with new drives I think.
I hope this week final version will be ready, or I make 2 versions of code..
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Old 21st October 2003, 10:15 AM   #313
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any progress on the mucop?
(lost track of the t's.. sorry)
not yet...

i havent had a chance to get a resonator or a crystal, i hope to get one in the next week or two.

[edit]: PS: dont worry about the t's :P
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Old 27th October 2003, 10:35 PM   #314
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Lupulroz , are the ata commands specific to audio cd
EXAMPLE: something like "play the first audio track"
versus " play the first file" (- whatever it is?)

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Old 27th October 2003, 11:36 PM   #315
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There is more than one play command. You can command the device to play from start to finish and depending on the device you may or may not be able to stop the device and have it remember where to continue from. Alternatively there is the play from point a to point b command but to use this command you have to read and store the TOC.Then there are the various read commands but tackling them with a microcontroller is not for the squeamish.
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