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Old 11th March 2008, 11:23 PM   #811
breez is offline breez  Finland
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Thanks for clearing it up, Russ. I think I won't bother adding any external circuitry for my own project (a no frills 8 channel volume control).
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Old 17th June 2008, 12:13 AM   #812
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So on the outside chance someone might be able to help me I thought I'd take a shot and ask.

I bought a Kook kit last year and for various reasons just got around putting it together and can't get it to work. I then read that some of the PICs were inadvertantly shipped without being programmed. How do I figure out if this is the problem? If it is, I how do I go about getting it programmed? Before someone suggest I e-mail Russ..let me say I did and am still waiting for a reply.


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Old 17th June 2008, 12:42 AM   #813
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Hi Mike-

I have tried emailing you three times but the emails get bounced. Is your mailbox full?

I am willing to take a look at your Kook if it needs it. It does nothing when you power it up?
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Old 17th June 2008, 01:36 AM   #814
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Hi Brian! I appreciate the quick reply. I just registered on the Twisted Pear site an it replied to my e-mail address so I don't know why you can't get through.

Pls make sure your typing not .COM.

Anyway I haven't taken any pics yet but I'll take some and e-mail to you if you'd like or post them which do you prefer?

Thx again

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Old 30th April 2011, 03:40 AM   #815
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when I try to compile the C code with Hitech PCCC, it shows the following error:

Executing: "C:\HT-PIC\BIN\PICC.EXE" -C -E"pga2311.cce" "pga2311.c" -O"pga2311.obj" -Zg9 -O -ASMLIST -Q -MPLAB -12F683
Error[000] D:\pga2311\pga2311.c 72 : undefined identifier: TRIS1
Error[000] D:\pga2311\pga2311.c 73 : undefined identifier: TRIS2
Error[000] D:\pga2311\pga2311.c 74 : undefined identifier: TRIS3
Error[000] D:\pga2311\pga2311.c 75 : undefined identifier: TRIS4
Error[000] D:\pga2311\pga2311.c 76 : undefined identifier: TRIS5

How can I define the TRIS1-5?
Actually, what TRIS1-5 are?

Thanks a lot.
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Old 16th April 2013, 04:41 AM   #816
ragaman is offline ragaman  Colombia
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Hi Dcibel, im checkinjg your code and I dont understant some parts of the code, I need change the code for use the PGA4311, Can you help ??
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Old 14th January 2016, 11:43 PM   #817
andyr is offline andyr  Australia
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Originally Posted by breez View Post
Thanks for clearing it up, Russ. I think I won't bother adding any external circuitry for my own project (a no frills 8 channel volume control).
Hi breez,

I'm a bit late to the party but hopefully you will pick this up.

A no-frills, 8 channel (preferably analogue?) volume control is exactly what I am looking for, to go between my miniDSP unit and 8 amp channels.

Is what you implemented suitable for this? If so, can you give me more details?


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