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Kiffie 1 hour ago
I am not aware of such a project (but I did not actively search for it). However, it should be quite easy to build an SPDIF input based on a standard SPDIF reciever chip and an USB Microcontroller. I will think it through and, maybe, open a new project.
USB-SPDIF Interface – [180027]
a-soundtec 19 hours ago
Mal ein Tip von einem Lautsprecher Entwickler : Es ist keine gute Idee, Mittel-und Hochtöner so weit auseinander zu plazieren. Die sollten so dicht wie möglich zusammen sein. Beim Tieftöner zum Mitteltöner ist das nicht so schlimm da hier die abgestrahlten Frequenzen deutlich niedriger liegen.  Bei Ihrer Anordnung leidet nämlich das vertikale Abstrahlverhalten. Heißt, die Box hört sich anders an wenn man sitzt als wenn man steht. Dieses hängt noch stark vom Abstand zur Box ab, je dichter man vor der Box sitzt, desto größer ist der Unterschied. Ziel ist in der Akustik immer eine Punktschallquelle, optimal sind daher Breitbänder und Koax Chassis.   
a-soundtec 21 hours ago
Wow, I have been looking  a long time for such a project with 96khz sample rate .  But I need also the other way, SPDIF to USB. Is it planned to start such a design based on this ? Or does anyone have seen such a project ?
USB-SPDIF Interface – [180027]
Rainer Schuster
Rainer Schuster 1 day ago
This low cost thermal camera (~100€) uses the thermal sensor MLX90640 from Melexis together with an Raspberry Pi and a Touchscreen Display. The attached Software for the Raspberry Pi was designed in C++ under Visual Studio together with the Visual GDB cross compiler. The thermal sensor will be simply connected to the 3,3V supply of the Raspberry Pi and the I2C interface. The Raspberry Pi will be powered by 4 1,2V 2700mAH NiMH accus, which makes an operating time of about 3 hours. Please watch my video attached for detailed information.
Low Cost Thermal camera
bonhug 1 day ago
Just a head up for those still making this, the power supply pins for U3 (LT1097) are transposed on both the schematic and board.  (Or they are with my version of Eagle?) Also, if anyone is making boards, the mounting hol;e at the lower left of the PCB (next to the OCXO) is too tight against the OCXO so normal size washers can't be used.  However, Joost, thanks again for making this public and mine is now working happily.  
GPS assisted 10 MHz frequency reference