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Hi, I just wanted to show you one of my Arduino projects, its my quite simple, but instrumentalwise playable controller; 189014ctl.

Check out some pictures at : http://marcus.wrango.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=51&Itemid=65

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Do you use the existing USB port? You could get one of the Arduino Serial USB Boards and mount it in a convenient place or use a front panel mount similar to this
http://www.frontx.com/panel_mount.html

For a cool retro look use an LED but face it with a small glass bead. smiley-wink
If you're a Star Trek fan you can use marbles glued over slightly smaller holes and back light them with an LED.  ;D

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Great tip! Thanks!

I dont know if you could get those in europe (EU), I'm based in Sweden and ordering from the USA is usually quite expensive, with import taxes.
 
But, I found out that Neutrik has a nice solution that can work for me, a reversible USB genderbender fitted in a XLR-housing, for panel mounting. And this one I can buy here, so I'll check those out.
Here is more info: http://www.neutrik.com/content/products/detail.aspx?id=210_1953788625&catId=CatMSDE_misc

The idea for the LED sounds nice. I have to try some of that stuff out, even though I'm not a Trekker, I'm more a Star Wars-guy. ;-)

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