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Old 29th September 2006, 07:09 PM   #11
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I would much rather help you with the printing....
Of course, and thank you. I figured it out after some playing around a bit more. I shouldn't have asked you to do the work for me.

Do you have a SCH for this?

Let me know if this looks OK. I don't need it mirrored doing toner transfer.
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Old 29th September 2006, 07:36 PM   #12
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looks fine, you might have to scratch away a bit of the toner from around the two input trace holes... I used those pin type connectors you get, just nipped off single ones...

Look at the case and how the circuit is oriented, the pcb support situated where the battery goes, has to be removed, I used a chisle, it is soft plastic and comes off cleanly...., also drop the remaining one to about half of its height.

This is the standard CMOY as per the tangent site, sans input caps... in new layout, should take you 3 secconds to get the schematic using google... but you realy don't need it.. just look in the eagle file, use the i icon in the toolbar, I included component values... you can use the smallest wattage resistors you can find, with the exception of the 2 railsplitter 3k3 ones, you could try 5k1 in place of the 3k3 if you want a bit more battery life, so far that doesn't seem to be an issue...but back on topic, use at least 1/4W ones there...

In eagle, when you click on one component, it seems to sometimes select another, or a piece of trace, just click the right mouse button then and it will cycle through whatever is in the immediate vicinity of where you clicked... the right mouse button thing took me a while to figure out....
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Old 30th September 2006, 05:54 PM   #13
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http://www.scpre.com.tw/indexe.htm

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the socket i used is scj355r1
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Old 1st October 2006, 01:21 PM   #14
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And the completed project... compared to an Ipod shuffle.

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Old 11th March 2007, 02:35 PM   #15
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Hi Nordic,

Could u please explain to me how to make the audio socket become switch at the same time?

I tried to find out, but it worked the other way. The power was on when the jack was OUT, and when it was IN, the power was cut.

Anyone can explain to me?

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