Nov 302014
 

short update – had to swap the positions of the Soundtech Series A console and my electronics maintenance workbench – stil loads more to do but here are a few pics

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DSCF1341Studio clock / monitor signals from Raspberry PI (which can also be used for stream monitoring/silence detection) connected to the cheaper of the two HDMI TV sets (and old one my mum brought with her) that doesn’t have as much resolution [she got the slightly larger and better picture quality LG set that was previously in this position, as she actually watches TV 😉 )

I had to deal with altering /boot/config.txt and all sorts of other settings to get a half decent picture on it; its just about good enough for a clock..

output of soundprocessing

 

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Nov 032014
 

I took these to show to my bike mechanic (Kevin the Bicycle Doctor) as part of a recommendation for him (as he is clued up enough to realise the differences between working on e-bikes and normal push bikes). One plus point of an ebike is it can comfortably haul this 25 kilos of various tat (including the cable reel) as well as myself (at around 61 kilos); over a 11km distance with 25 km/h average speed 🙂

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