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Old 6th March 2004, 07:46 AM   #1
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Old 6th March 2004, 10:45 AM   #4
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Very interesting. I am wondering where you get the microcontroller from. Use one from an old player or did you
write the software yourself ?

Any plans on series production?
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hi purer,

- For what CDM4 units is your PCB?

- What does the circuit do?

- What do you need in addition for a complete CDP?

- What interfaces does it provide?
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Thumbs up Hats off gentlemen !

This a *really* great achievement Purer, congratulations ! A monks work if I may say so. I've got a hunch you design PCB's/cdplayers/dvdplayers for a living because this board surpasses DIY big time. If you need volounteers for testing the board I am in. Just as Guido I am curious about the software. I wonder also if you have a source for new CDM 4's as availability is bad ( in Europe anyhow ).

If I look carefully at the board I think you've included SPDIF but no DAC which is fine. It is designed for CDM4/19 I guess. As it looks the board won't fit in a standard Philips/Marantz cdplayer so a new case is needed. Any plans for that as well ? ( Peter Daniel, are you listening ? )

Can you give an estimated price for the board/kit ( I truely hope your pcb will be for sale ) and schematics/more details ??

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Did I hear "group buy" ?
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