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Old 9th March 2012, 04:27 AM   #31
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Old 9th March 2012, 06:52 AM   #32
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No, it has been delayed, the contractors fitted the wrong type of network socket. Details are here.
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Ah, my mistake. So this means that although distributors received stock , the stock has been recalled? Would only affect Model B right as Model A has no ethernet.
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I understood that the customer orders were for this batch completing manufacture.
They've not yet left the factory, so they've not been recalled

This is the first batch and it is all model B
No model As have been produced yet (and with the demand for model B may still be some time off)
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Raspberry Pi supplier coughs to ship date delay glitch ? reghardware

This Raspberry Pi delay thing seems to be getting sillier and sillier. The first batch of boards have been built but they didn't do EMC testing on the design before manufacture?

So if it fails EMC then all the first batch can't be sold..... hmmm.
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what kind of OS will it be used with?
Would be cool to be able to make a media player.
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what kind of OS will it be used with?
Would be cool to be able to make a media player.
Linux... And yes - a wifi -> USB musicplayer is my goal when I'll get it.

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Old 25th June 2012, 11:14 AM   #38
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My Pi just arrived! I'm watching this thread with much interest
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Congratulations!

I preordered from Newark back in April, but haven't heard anything since. Checking just now, it says "Expected Ship Date 05 Jul 2012".

Too bad they couldn't ship the orders from China and take advantage of the crazy low postage rates there.
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You will probably need something like "brutefir" as convolver for doing the active crossover or some kind of drc.

I think if brutefir will be in the repos, it is possible to do some stereo concolving (e.g Roomcorrection) on Rpi.
A search on the Koji for ARM Fedora turns up negative for brutefir.

Why use FIR, anyway? Easy phase linearity through symmetric impulse responses?

New OS project, "elegantIIR," perhaps?

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