I think I saw that one before I bought the Uno but there was something about it I was unsure of. Maybe it was reported it would not work under 64 bit - can't recall. Anyway please let us know how it goes and whether your midi device works.Just had to squish them a tiny amount, stuck half the pins in the socket and used some lateral pressure when putting the chip all the way in. I just have a cheapy $5 USB MIDI adapter off amazon.
It looks like if you purchase one from Amazon you need to be sure to purchase the one from HDE which amazon fulfills. http://www.amazon.com/review/R25076F0UT8Y5E/ref=cm_srch_res_rtr_alt_4Just had to squish them a tiny amount, stuck half the pins in the socket and used some lateral pressure when putting the chip all the way in. I just have a cheapy $5 USB MIDI adapter off amazon.
Let us know if it works. I'm curious. I was tempted by the price but didn't want to take the chance of having to return it. Also let us know what OS you are using. I was under Win7 64 bit which gave me hesitation to try it.That's the one I have. I am really looking forward to having some time this weekend to try it out, I've been so busy I've only glanced in the general direction of the theater this week...
I know this is a very old thread, and it died many moons ago....But I do have a question and hope there is still someone around that can answer it.
The first post has a link to REV. 1.4 bin files, from as far as I got into the thread, it seems they are BETA versions. Did these become a final release, or is there an updated FINAL RELEASE version around that can be downloaded somewhere?
We are not aware of any other updates. We do know that the Beta versions function as they should, so there is no reason to need anything else.Since I've just bought a DSP1124P with firmware 1.3, I'd also like to know if a newer/final Rev. 1.4 exists. I've successfully burned and installed an 80ns EPROM with the 1.4 .bin files linked to from the first page, but it would be nice to know if there exists a better image out there.