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  1. #1
    Nick F Ryman-Tubb at MindsI
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    Custom Case... the next evolution

    Hi

    The case looks fantastic - very innovative and sleek! I have been looking
    for something similar but failed to find anything with that "design" look
    that would compliment my separates hi-fi. It really is something that Slim
    Devices ought to think about - I think it would help put the SqueezeBox out
    of the geek/hobbyist arena and more squarely in the home user/hifi area.

    Would you think about making another box (just the box) for sale? I'd be
    keen!

    Good luck with he contest - you'd get my vote!

    Nick


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  2. #2
    BigHam
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    Custom Case... the next evolution

    It's highly unlikely I will be making/selling these as the cost is
    high. It's possible I could look into a batch of them, but I doubt
    there iss enough interest... once again, due to cost. Most folks just
    aren't willing to spend $200-$400 for a case.

    I do have one faceplate (works with G1 and G2 players) /rear panel
    (works with G1 players) that will be up for sale in the near future. I
    have to work on the finish before I sell it. I want to finish my
    upgrade first too. Just keep an eye out.

    On Mon, 16 Aug 2004 09:55:08 +0100, Nick F Ryman-Tubb at MindsI
    <nrt (AT) mindsitech (DOT) com> wrote:
    > Hi
    >
    > The case looks fantastic - very innovative and sleek! I have been looking
    > for something similar but failed to find anything with that "design" look
    > that would compliment my separates hi-fi. It really is something that Slim
    > Devices ought to think about - I think it would help put the SqueezeBox out
    > of the geek/hobbyist arena and more squarely in the home user/hifi area.
    >
    > Would you think about making another box (just the box) for sale? I'd be
    > keen!
    >
    > Good luck with he contest - you'd get my vote!
    >
    > Nick
    >
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  3. #3
    BigHam
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    Pinout of geek-connector

    I'm NOT familiar with most these functions, assuming this info I
    copied from a post is still accurate. If I wanted to group them by
    relative function, what would be logical? I have 4 and 7 pin DIN
    connectors I want to play with. This is what I best guessed...
    opinions from the guru's?

    grouping 1-4 are no brainers - fills out a 4 pin DIN
    grouping 11,12,16,17,18,14,15 - fills out a 7 pin DIN
    grouping 5,6,7,8,9,10,15 - fills out a 7 pin DIN

    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)

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