dougg3 wrote:Definitely fixable with the X-acto knife, but annoying.
So it's NOT my vias being bigger causing problems after all. Disappointing especially after my first flawless experience with Seed Studio, but I can deal with it (especially for the price)
bigmessowires wrote:Hmm, why is the section of the board under the edge connector pads a darker shade of red than the rest? Does it not have soldermask on it or something?
Trash80toHP_Mini wrote:dougg3 wrote:Definitely fixable with the X-acto knife, but annoying.
CrapShack has a MUCH better tool for that purpose, mine's an angled wedge blade and a bent point probe "connected" by an octagonal yellow plastic handle.
Trash80toHP_Mini wrote:If you got the board yield you requested along with the "untested overrun," and they're fixable, I'd say your experience has remained flawless!
olePigeon wrote:I vote keeping the sockets if it's not much more difficult. If you do the unimaginable and mess up one of the ROMs, it's much easier to replace.
Arbee wrote:Hey dougg3,
Nice work I'm glad the MESS ASC code was able to help. Our IIci emulation plays music and game sounds great in both games and things like PlayerPRO so I'm pretty confident in both the wavetable and FIFO mode emulation for the original ASC. The stripped-down ASC inside the V8 ASIC (LC/LC II) has not-quite-compatible registers, and LC III's Sonora is different yet again. The Enhanced ASC (which Apple calls "Batman") removes the wavetable mode entirely and has real variable sample rate and volume control on the FIFOs.
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