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heyj 7th August 2006 04:15 PM

My Aleph P1.7 was finished
 
2 Attachment(s)
Full clone with LED dotmatrix, remore control and relay volume control

steenoe 7th August 2006 04:37 PM

I am not sure that I like what I see! Did you strip an original X1 in order to put a P1.7 back in??

Steen.

Babowana 7th August 2006 04:47 PM

Steen,

You seem to be shorted . . .
First time . . . I see no smilies at all . . .

I am well insulated . . .

:smash:

zei 7th August 2006 07:49 PM

Great job! Looks very very nice.!
I know it sounds as good as it looks.

Where did the PCB,s came from?

/Z

steenoe 7th August 2006 07:59 PM

Quote:

I see no smilies at all . . .
Ofcourse not. This one smells like another Chinese copy company, selling Mr. Pass's property. Even with his name on the faceplate:hot: Thats plain stealing, as far as I am concerned. Get those buggers locked up in jail.

Steen.

EUVL 7th August 2006 08:29 PM

Steen,

> This one smells like another Chinese copy company, selling Mr. Pass's property.

In Europe, we have a very decent practice which says innocent until proven guilty. Please show us some proof that he is selling anything.

There are enough people here copying Pass circuits, chassis, etc. If my memory still functions properly, the 1st one who showed pictures of a whole stack of Pass XA look-alike chasses was someone from the US, and he did offer to sell them for 800 USD here on the forum. I did not remeber he got criticised.

Double standard ?


Patrick

ElectroNick 7th August 2006 10:59 PM

Hi Heyj,

I like that display !
Can you tell me more about itself and its control ?

Grtz
Nick

heyj 8th August 2006 07:04 PM

2 Attachment(s)
I don' t want to talk about business but just sharing my excitement of finishing my P1.7 here -- Pass labs forum

The display is made of six 8x8 led dotmatrix, driven by 74hc595
The main control is AT89c51 which handle with the relay volume and input selector also.

Holger Barske 8th August 2006 09:09 PM

Quote:

I don' t want to talk about business
Which translates to: There is business involved...?

Netlist 8th August 2006 09:24 PM

While a certain amount of healthy suspicion is sometimes welcome, the thread starter clearly stated that no business is involved so I encourage everybody to continue a friendly technical discussion. If heyj would be so kind to share some schematics, I believe there is a lot to learn for many of us.
At least I'd like to see the relay volume control.

/Hugo


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