I am building CD listening stations for my record store, and am almost finished!
I have hacked 2 I-Openers, V1 & V4, I believe.
V1 has rs-232 board, touch screen, USB ethernet.
V4 has rs232 board, no TS yet, and USB Ethernet.
Here's the prob (and hopefully I am just being a dumbass...):
V1 - Sound comes out of speakers, but not audio jack from rs-232 board.
V4 - VIA drivers installed for audio, asks for yamaha drivers, but no device manager errors. Sound doesn't some out of speakers or audio jack.
So basically, I have my CD Listening stations ready to go pretty much, except the damn sound don't work. I have searched the BBS, and found a few references, especially V4 sound, but the damn V1 should work, as far as I can see...
here's some clarification questions for me:
1- Audio jack is Grd-Outer Sleeve, and then audio on the tip and ring, yes? Grd sticks out of the side and lft/rt are together...
2- Rs-232 board doesn't need both chips for the audio part? I only have one chip installed for one com port, but have cable from board to I-op connected.
3- rs-232 audio is just a connection, and needs nothing besides the cable to the I-op, yes?
Should I switch to Parallel Ethernet, and USB sound?
This has been a super-long term project, and I spent months on the Touch Screens, when the damn controllers were screwed... My frustration is getting super high now, since I am so close to putting them into operation.
I will post pictures once I get them in and operational.
Thanks in advance for any help, it is greatly appreciated!