First of all, since i’m new to this site, nice to meet you all. My name is Daniel, and i’m from the netherlands.
I recently started moving the insides of my Asrock ion 330 media center into a broken Beomaster 5000 amp.
All is good on that part, fits quite well actually. This amp has a very simple display i would like to keep in it, but
obviously also working with the media center (XBMCbuntu) in some sort of way. So i got an Arduino nano to keep
everything as small as possible, but since i have never done this before, i already don’t know how to move forward.
Here are the pictures of what i have
I have searched around for this kind of display, but i can’t find anything. my 0 experience/understanding also doesn’t help things.
So if anyone can help me make this work, it would be very much appreciated.
Also i added a PDF of the technical data of this amp which includes some of the display data on page 19/20.
Unless you can find the datasheet for the display and feel confident in your abilities to make it work, I'd look for another display.
Personally I would take something that has available documentation and preferably an existing library.
All i have is that pdf. Problem is, i can't really find one with the right dimensions. it's not gonna fit unless it's a tiny bit smaller, i could make that work i guess. it's about 43x12mm. Could you point me in the direction of one like that on like ebay that
would be "easy" to get working for my needs ?
Thanks for the reply
No, that wouldn't fit. there really is not much space. It sort of slides into a slot. I have the complete B&O 5000 set. That's why i would have liked to keep it stock looking. But since that is just too difficult, i will settle with the next best thing.
In the end i don't really need it to do much, a standby light, time for music/movies.
And yeah, a dutch site, because i live in holland. it would be here way faster, and way cheaper.