Sorgelig wrote:why you've placed the buttons on the bottom side?
Shouldn't be convenient to place on top side?
I wouldn't place any components on bottom (even passives) to make it flat. Otherwise it will require "high heels" to use the board without touching anything on bottom.
mattsoft wrote:Curious to see an actual prototype hooked up to a DE-10.
Is the barrel plug on the side for +5V DC so the USB is powered from ext power supply instead of DE-10?
Sorgelig wrote:What's the problem to place DB9 on the longer side?
DE10-nano already has connectors on both short sides, so it still require space on both sides. So, if you place MiSTer to the corner, on longer side, then another longer side is free for joystick connectors. It will be much easier to connect them than on short sides as it will be free from other connectors.
NegSol wrote:Even when I personally fail to see the need for db9s on the MiSTer myself
THaase wrote:As you can see - I've done some mistakes
But I've to admit that this was my first PCB design - until this I've done most of all only designs using perfboards
THaase wrote:Hi Micha,
I'm at the moment preparing the github with the full KiCad project and the Wiki with the components and so on.
So anyone interested can build his own.
And for sure I'll also offer this assembled.
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