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wcore_midi8 [2017/09/10 11:23]
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 Building is straightforward with all part values indicated. Start with the flattest components (resistors and diodes, IC sockets) and work up to the higher ones. Ensure the DIN sockets are snug against the PCB before soldering all of the pins! Building is straightforward with all part values indicated. Start with the flattest components (resistors and diodes, IC sockets) and work up to the higher ones. Ensure the DIN sockets are snug against the PCB before soldering all of the pins!
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 +If a BLM connector is used, consider how it will be powered (see above). Don't close the jumper below J3 unless you're using the USB +5V to power it. E.g. if you had connected a higher voltage to pin 8 on I4 and closed the jumper, then the USB power would fight with the external one and let out the magic smoke.
  
  
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