Newsdee wrote:Be careful not to upgrade your firmware. You might still want to reatttach the mini USB so you can upload firmware from a PC in case of upgrade issue.
MasterOfGizmo wrote:Ok, here's a secret: The mist should (really should, as i never verified this) survive more than 5v since the 5v are never used directly inside the mist and all voltages used are lower than 5v and generated by regulators which cope with more than 5v. But usb and the db9 joysticks are powered directly from the 5v source. So attached usb peripherals and db9 joysticks that use the 5v (e.g. for auto fire) may get damaged.
Newsdee wrote: Or would soldering an USB cable be easy enough?
Newsdee wrote:So... now it's my turn to have lost the USB connector
I was showing my MiST to friends and must have inadvertently put too much pressure on the cable, and it lifted the part off the board.
I would like to put a barrel connector, but I don't have the machinery to drill the hole in the case. Maybe I can get one of those transparent cases fron Lotharek, but I do prefer having an enclosure, and there is no space for MIDI.
Any ideas for alternative cases? Or would soldering an USB cable be easy enough?
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