eeprom question

Started by nunfuxor June 10, 2004
Looking at http://stage.itp.nyu.edu/~jn429/playsound/ and trying to
make something that's sort of a digital sampler player, I was
wondering if the 32k eeprom in the basicx stamp is easily replacable?



--- In , "nunfuxor" <nunfuxor@y...> wrote:
> Looking at http://stage.itp.nyu.edu/~jn429/playsound/ and trying to
> make something that's sort of a digital sampler player, I was
> wondering if the 32k eeprom in the basicx stamp is easily
> replacable?

Sure. If your very adept at desoldering SMT devices. ;)

For most purposes, I'd say that it's not easily replaceable.



--- In , "Don Kinzer" <dkinzer@e...> wrote:
> --- In , "nunfuxor" <nunfuxor@y...> wrote:
> > Looking at http://stage.itp.nyu.edu/~jn429/playsound/ and trying
to
> > make something that's sort of a digital sampler player, I was
> > wondering if the 32k eeprom in the basicx stamp is easily
> > replacable?
>
> Sure. If your very adept at desoldering SMT devices. ;)
>
> For most purposes, I'd say that it's not easily replaceable.

Hmm... does the basic stamp have enough pins where I can add more
eeprom and still have a speaker?



Nope, same number of pins.

But rather than try to duplicate this functionality, why not look into
a device that does the job, like the ISD sound record chips, or the
Audiovox MP3 player if you need hifi? On Jun 12, 2004, at 4:31 PM, nunfuxor wrote:

> --- In , "Don Kinzer" <dkinzer@e...> wrote:
>> --- In , "nunfuxor" <nunfuxor@y...> wrote:
>>> Looking at http://stage.itp.nyu.edu/~jn429/playsound/ and trying
> to
>>> make something that's sort of a digital sampler player, I was
>>> wondering if the 32k eeprom in the basicx stamp is easily
>>> replacable?
>>
>> Sure. If your very adept at desoldering SMT devices. ;)
>>
>> For most purposes, I'd say that it's not easily replaceable.
>
> Hmm... does the basic stamp have enough pins where I can add more
> eeprom and still have a speaker? >
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