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Subject: Re: Pianocorder data played from a chip?


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Roger Dalziel
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Date Posted: 10:58:38 06/27/10 Sun
In reply to: Terry Younce 's message, "Pianocorder data played from a chip?" on 08:06:04 06/17/10 Thu

You will need additional circuitry to convert the analog "audio" from your player to a 12 volt square wave as is done by the cassette player in the standard Pianocorder.

This can be done by adding a new connector to plug into J2 on the playback board to accommodate the new circuitry. By adding suitable switching, you won't have to eliminate the cassette player either.

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