The quest to a portable Uzebox - update!

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Re: The quest to a portable Uzebox - update!

Post by uze6666 » Sat Nov 17, 2018 12:13 am

Oh yes, of course, the schematic...that would help! :) Here's the latest schematic, PCB & BOM.

I'm starting to build the latest rev, so hopefully moving the esp12 away will do the job. *praying*

Edit: Important, I just realized the BOM is not up to date, some parts are wrong so don't use right away, I will correct it.
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Re: The quest to a portable Uzebox - update!

Post by CunningFellow » Sun Nov 18, 2018 4:24 am

I'm not sure of the function of C14 in that circuit,

I think an active stage between the AVR and the LM386 could help.

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Re: The quest to a portable Uzebox - update!

Post by Kilo » Wed Dec 12, 2018 10:03 am

Why are you using this circuit for the LM386?
Does it really works fine?

Some other idea for the portable uzebox would be to make a uzebox switch like the Nintendo one.
Building a dockingstation for the tv where you can put your portable uzebox in it in order to charge it AND play the games on tv :D
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