I have 22awg for LEDs and from the batts to the buck, so not to add resistance or limit current. 24 for all else. the insulation on my stock of 26 was shite. when I used alligators from my helping hands.. it chewed thru it whilst tinning. do'h.
Hi, guys! Thanks for this awesome thread, it is really inspiring! Now I am still collecting information to figure out what components to order, so after having it all read out, I have a couple of questions to ask:How much memory do I need in the WT588D for a decent soundboard? Humming (idle, swing), clashes (preferably a few different samples), switch-on and switch-off sounds, beeps/perhaps voice prompts for setup...
Are the sounds MP3 or PCM?
What is the conclusion about the batteries - what form factor and technology are the best choice? I am aiming for the endurance, because I don't want the thing go dead on me in the middle of a party.
Oh, just another thing! Has anyone tried to approximate the LED string effect by graduatelly turning the LED on and off? Of course, that is not the same as the actual LED string, but I believe it would look better than the immediate ON/OFF.
The best way to make sure you can run all day is to use a swapable battery that you can just change when it runs out. Even the best rechargables won't last for hours on end.
You haven't seen my YouTube videos, have you?
i understand this. I am a producer. 50hz PAL. 60hz NTSC. i did not know that increased flicker dims an led. 120hz HDTVs are not dim. i will just have to play with a mosfet and led. and regardless of how i conceptualize what's happening, at least just accept the findings. the stacked wt and nano is,.. herehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKps0fm1Wo0 around 2:37
What sound fonts are you folks using?
here.DL them before saberfont.com takes them down.http://www.thecustomsabershop.com/Nano-Biscotte-Sound-Module-V2-P806.aspx
i know this is going back to what was said before but i just found out... when my pro mini pack fell to the floor... it is a 5v not a 3.3v like i thought i had ordered. with 16MHz instead of 8MHz. so now i wont need that +5 regulator. but now i am wondering if my power source is too low for it all. on meter it showed 4.83v when fresh. or do you think that is enough bill, jake. yes or no
thanks crossroads and jakesoft. first i will try your suggestion crossroads... i also checked out your sight for a min trying to figure out if you teach fencing or do circuits or both. well either way i will give it a shot thanks again.
Also, see my YouTube channel for instructional videos on how to program the modules once you have the software and a programmer. https://youtu.be/wQWYXCt8hiIhttps://youtu.be/UgGT5Jxial4