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Old 19th March 2004, 05:02 AM   #11
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the audio doesnt come from the ide port the audio comes from the audio port on the back.. the ide port is for controlling the Drive..
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ah, anyone have a picture of the back of an IDE drive? i dont remember an audio out on the back of a drive.

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the audio doesnt come from the ide port the audio comes from the audio port on the back.. the ide port is for controlling the Drive..
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Old 19th March 2004, 05:05 AM   #14
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Looks very similar to this design:
http://private.addcom.de/KeithWilson/Projects/mucop.htm

which I have been considering building one for a few months, as the schematic and source code is out there.

What PIC did you use for your design, as that seems like a good price for a kit, except for the shipping charges!

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Old 19th March 2004, 05:10 AM   #15
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the audio doesnt come from the ide port the audio comes from the audio port on the back.. the ide port is for controlling the Drive..
That 's right. And if you can find some cdrom drive that have
digital out like my ASUS CD-S520. I use digital out to my DAC coupling by 30 turn on small ferrite ring core and sound good.

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Ahem. : O )
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ah, anyone have a picture of the back of an IDE drive? i dont remember an audio out on the back of a drive.

Tonight I will take photo and show you.

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ah, ok.

so, jason, i feel like an idiot, but there have got to be some newbies wondering... howe do you take those two pins and get a digital out? can you just goto a coax out?
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hey it is ok.. some cd rom drives dont have audio out or digital out. some are just ide or scsi..


You have to build a Dac Digital Anolgue Converter.. i am gong to build one and try this project asap as son as i get a job. ...
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ok. i knew about the DAC thing.

i was just wondering how you got from a 2-pin to a coax...
can you just take the two pins and connect them to a RCA jack, then to a dac huh? if so, i think i might go for this project, it sounds good!
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