Digital Output module. Mainly used for controlling LED's
Digital input module. Used for reading rotary encoders, pushbuttons, switches and other digital inputs.
MB_SID together and functioning...kind of.
Bankstick built into small plug housing that was originally used on an extension card.
Lots of tactile switches...they may or may not get used but they were dirt cheap.
SID board on the left, core in the middle with bankstick attached. Knob is for main rotary encoder then a few buttons and the LCD.
First batch of rotary encoders
Diginal Input (DIN) boards.
DIN board testing with one encoder
PIC Programmer module.
Backside of modulation matrix. Still a loose connection to track down on here somewhere.
Front of modulation matrix. Sure hope I end up finding a way to mount it like this. I don't want to have to build antoher!
New soldering station
Parts for a SID
Red/Yellow/Green high brighness clear LED's. I'm mainly using blue led's but need a few for different functions in various colors. Keeping them all clear so they'll look nice even when off.
SID board without SID chip.
SID board with SID chip
Basic SID input. Original design called for a 2x20 LCD but I got a deal on a bunch of 2x40's so I'm using them and adding extra options for less scrolling.
New solder station.
SID with modulation matrix working..but a mess.
The cheap LCD's I got required a negative voltage for their backlight. So I had to rig this up.