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Post by Starspawn » Wed May 10, 2017 12:20 pm

Well, frankly, by not understanding what a header is, and by not admitting that to yourself when reading it then or now after.

Initially by assuming the DIN had any relevance to the midi pcb, but your critique of the support and the misconception that the reply can only be interpreted in regards to the DIN connector is based simply on not understanding what a header is.

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Post by AonFLuX » Wed May 10, 2017 12:36 pm

LektroiD wrote: Please explain how I'm in the wrong here?
I think that is what some of us has been trying to do.
I dont know Altitude, I just interpret the thread. - But sure, he could of course say that he is sorry for the misunderstanding. And you could try to not throw the blame.

I still think that any question regarding the DIN shouldn't be stated to him, as he only provided the IN-board and not the whole Jasper. And it was your decision to try to use the DIN instead of the 9-pin holes.

I hope you can shake hands or something. :tu:

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Post by LektroiD » Wed May 10, 2017 12:54 pm

Starspawn wrote:Well, frankly, by not understanding what a header is, and by not admitting that to yourself when reading it then or now after.

Initially by assuming the DIN had any relevance to the midi pcb, but your critique of the support and the misconception that the reply can only be interpreted in regards to the DIN connector is based simply on not understanding what a header is.
Of course I understand what A header is. I was also told it was a 1:1 connection to the DIN I had asked about. Don't insult me.

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Post by LektroiD » Wed May 10, 2017 1:02 pm

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LektroiD wrote: Please explain how I'm in the wrong here?
I think that is what some of us has been trying to do.
I dont know Altitude, I just interpret the thread. - But sure, he could of course say that he is sorry for the misunderstanding. And you could try to not throw the blame.

I still think that any question regarding the DIN shouldn't be stated to him, as he only provided the IN-board and not the whole Jasper. And it was your decision to try to use the DIN instead of the 9-pin holes.

I hope you can shake hands or something. :tu:
I started here by asking about the DIN header, and made it clear I wanted to use it to power the interface (which is why I posted here). I got a response, so there was no need to ask further. If I had got no reply, or he did not know the voltage of the DIN socket, then I would have asked elsewhere.

I hope things can be resolved too.

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Post by Starspawn » Wed May 10, 2017 1:21 pm

LektroiD wrote:
Starspawn wrote:Well, frankly, by not understanding what a header is, and by not admitting that to yourself when reading it then or now after.

Initially by assuming the DIN had any relevance to the midi pcb, but your critique of the support and the misconception that the reply can only be interpreted in regards to the DIN connector is based simply on not understanding what a header is.
Of course I understand what A header is. I was also told it was a 1:1 connection to the DIN I had asked about. Don't insult me.
"link header on Jasper" was the reply you got. Theres no DIN header.

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Post by LektroiD » Wed May 10, 2017 1:23 pm

Starspawn wrote:
LektroiD wrote:
Starspawn wrote:Well, frankly, by not understanding what a header is, and by not admitting that to yourself when reading it then or now after.

Initially by assuming the DIN had any relevance to the midi pcb, but your critique of the support and the misconception that the reply can only be interpreted in regards to the DIN connector is based simply on not understanding what a header is.
Of course I understand what A header is. I was also told it was a 1:1 connection to the DIN I had asked about. Don't insult me.
"link header on Jasper" was the reply you got. Theres no DIN header.
What are you talking about now? There are two mini DINs on the Jasper. When I asked about using the DIN, I was told it was a 1:1 to the link header.

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Post by Starspawn » Wed May 10, 2017 1:31 pm

... you were told to connect 1:1 to the header on the jasper, yes.

The DIN holes are for connectors, sockets, they are not for headers or called headers, which is what I keep pointing out is the source of this confusion.

If the concept had been clear to you and the reading of the answer understood as "DIN is no header, use actual header", there would have been no problem.

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Post by LektroiD » Wed May 10, 2017 1:57 pm

Starspawn wrote:... you were told to connect 1:1 to the header on the jasper, yes.
No. When I asked about the DIN socket, I was told "It's a 1:1 connection to the link header on Jasper which supplies 5V"
Starspawn wrote:The DIN holes are for connectors, sockets, they are not for headers or called headers, which is what I keep pointing out is the source of this confusion.

If the concept had been clear to you and the reading of the answer understood as "DIN is no header, use actual header", there would have been no problem.
I never mentioned the DIN being a header. Where have I ever said anything about the DIN being a header?

I asked the voltage of the DIN socket, When I mentioned that the DIN socket was 9V, I was told there was no 9V anywhere on the Jasper and that it was 5V throughout. So I confirmed that I was good to go, and I was told the DIN socket I had asked about was a 1:1 connection to the header.

I think you need to read my initial questions again at the beginning of the previous page.

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Post by Starspawn » Wed May 10, 2017 2:18 pm

LektroiD wrote:
I started here by asking about the DIN header.
Well, there you just did.

I do understand how it can happen, I am just baffled by your inability to see or admit your own mistakes.

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Post by LektroiD » Wed May 10, 2017 2:39 pm

Starspawn wrote:
LektroiD wrote:
I started here by asking about the DIN header.
Well, there you just did.

I do understand how it can happen, I am just baffled by your inability to see or admit your own mistakes.
This was LONG after the initial questions about the DIN socket to which I got erroneous answers

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Post by wotwot » Sat May 27, 2017 4:52 am

bump..are there any left in europe ?

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Post by LED-man » Sat May 27, 2017 5:14 am

I left a elby designs Wasp Midi interface, please pm.
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Post by afx » Sat May 27, 2017 10:49 am

wotwot wrote:bump..are there any left in europe ?
Yes, they are in stock, just follow the ordering instructions on the first page of this thread.

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Post by wotwot » Mon Jun 19, 2017 7:47 am

got mine in the mail today, thanks afx! :-)

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Post by NekoNeko » Thu Jun 22, 2017 5:19 pm

Can the midi channel be selected / changed? Or is it set to omni?

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Post by afx » Thu Jun 22, 2017 9:59 pm

NekoNeko wrote:Can the midi channel be selected / changed? Or is it set to omni?
It can be changed, just click on S1 and send a midi note in the midi channel you want to set it. This also allows you to set the CV range to what the jasper responds.

Read about it here
viewtopic.php?t=172630

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Post by nologin » Thu Jul 13, 2017 3:29 am

Hi, the bare bones pcb, inside the microcontroller is only the bootloader, the firmware is not loaded, if i understand correctly?

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Post by nologin » Thu Jul 13, 2017 4:01 am

OK i understand, i just saw the video "programming the teensy", forget my previous post ...

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Post by mOBiTh » Tue Aug 01, 2017 9:33 am

Oops forgot to order this, are they still available please?? :doh:

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Post by Altitude909 » Tue Aug 01, 2017 9:34 am

I have stock

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Post by eveready9v » Wed Aug 09, 2017 10:53 pm

I'd like to place an order for one please!
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Post by afx » Thu Aug 10, 2017 4:38 am

eveready9v wrote:I'd like to place an order for one please!
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Check the first post in this thread.

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Pre soldered hard smd parts

Post by BambooGuerilla » Thu Mar 22, 2018 3:07 pm

Is the pre soldered ic pre programmed?

Thanks Menno

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Re: Pre soldered hard smd parts

Post by Altitude909 » Thu Mar 22, 2018 3:23 pm

BambooGuerilla wrote:Is the pre soldered ic pre programmed?

Thanks Menno
No, it has to be done over USB.

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Post by sleepybongo » Sat Mar 31, 2018 3:17 pm

Ordered one.

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