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About G4DDS

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  1. Looking good Matthew 🙂 I think to minimise the risk of damage you should supply it with a wire already soldered to the board for the audio then if the user wants to inject the audio they can strip the other end and wire it to the DIN socket themselves. Have you considered just leaving pads available on the DVI PCB header board so we could wire our own 3.5 mm jack to the PCB: Whilst not confident enough to soldier a wire directly to the F18A board (see first quoted post above) I suspect the DVI PCB board would be easier! It would mean drilling another hole although it would have the advantage of it being entirely up to the user where they mount it. Of course you could just bypass the F18A and DVI PCB header and wire the audio jack straight to the DIN socket anyway.
  2. Perhaps this would make it easier as everyone would be using the same header supplied by yourself (so no mix up with different FPC adapters) and as you say these have mounting connectors which solves the other problem.
  3. Just to let Tursi know that mine arrived early this week. Haven't tried it yet but will be setting up the TI later today or tomorrow to give it a whirl. Thanks.
  4. Looks awesome. Add me to the list.
  5. The small connectors look ideal as they could be mounted on the metal shielding (for the main board) and then the ribbon cable could be fed in some how (a small slot in the shielding maybe) and then all you need is a HDMI shaped cut out on the back of the TI case. Reckon that would look pretty neat.
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