sawf01 wrote:Would it be ok to use a 4.7 kohms resistor at r4, 10 and 16 instead of a 4.3 kohms?
zerohimself wrote:what package size are the resistor networks on the 6.0 boards?
From the user's point of view, what's the difference between the v6.0 board and the 5.6 XL? Any new feature?
I had a visual inspection of the board and it seems to have the same ports, buttons, LEDs, etc. so just wondering if this new revision is something worth the upgrade or the changes only affect the manufacturing process.
djsquare wrote:Anyone know how I could go about adding external LEDs/Buttons to the I/O board using the female white connectors near the corner? I don't really have a reason but it might be a neat little baby project
Poobah wrote:Hi eskwadrat,
Some IO board info-
Slow fan: Might be a new fan that needs to run a bit. Also some board builders (myself included) offer the option of a 12 volt fan, which will run slower on the IO board (should still be somewhat fast tho). Some V6 boards have a jumper for 3.3v or 5v fan power, make sure that is set appropriately (silk-screened on the back of the board). 12v fans will need the 5v position, 5v fans should work in either.
Slow blinking lights... the power led (closest to the sd card slot) should be solid red, the other two will blink slowly back and forth at the menu screen. The digital audio led (by audio jack) should appear solid 'on' to the naked eye.
SOG: exact switch function depends on your board version, but generally, it selects whether the board adds the video synchronization signals to the green video signal (hence 'sync on green'), this was a common method on older CRT monitors "back in the day"
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