PDA

View Full Version : Pinout of geek-connector



fcm4711
2004-01-15, 05:51
Hi Jochen

That's from an earlier post...

1 gnd
2 +5V
3 +3.3V
4 +2.5V
5 synchronous serial debug output, clock
6 synchronous serial debug output, data
7 i2c clock
8 i2c data
9 infrared input/monitor
10 general-purpose i/o (doesn't do anything yet)
11 s/pdif enable indicator (may be used to drive remote amplifier turn-on)
12 s/pdif output 0 to 3.3V
13 ethernet activity LED (may be re-purposed later)
14 ethernet link LED ""
15 decoder reset line (not really useful)
16 mixer input: analog left
17 mixer input: analog right
18 mixer input: s/pdif (0-3.3V CMOS input)

I can only confirm GND, +5V, i2c clock and i2c data since I have only
tried and used this four pins yet.


Felix


Jochen Wienstroth <wienstr (AT) gmx (DOT) de> wrote:
Has the pinout of the geek-connector in Squeezebox been documented somewhere
?

Id like to add a small amplifier to directly connect a speaker to my
squeezebox and I think
the geek connector would be the most suitable place for something like this,
and all signal
I need are the right and left channel and +5V.

Is it officially documented somewhere or do i have to research with my
multimeter ?

Jochen.

--
+++ GMX - die erste Adresse fr Mail, Message, More +++
Neu: Preissenkung fr MMS und FreeMMS! http://www.gmx.net