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      <LI><A HREF="mbhp_lcd.html">2x16 LCD</A>: the most comfortable solution to configure the MIDIbox CV is by using the menu interface. At least for debugging it makes sense to spent the core a LCD (a 2x16 backlit LCD is available for 7.50 EUR at <A HREF="http://www.reichelt.de" TARGET="_blank">Reichelt</A>), therefore the usage without a LCD/menu hasn't been focused during the development. The configuration can be changed from a PC via SysEx, but an editor is not available (yet). Therefore please consider to build the menu interface!</LI>
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      <LI><A HREF="mbhp_lcd.html">2x16 LCD</A>: the most comfortable solution to configure the MIDIbox CV is by using the menu interface. At least for debugging it makes sense to spent the core a LCD (a 2x16 backlit LCD is available for 7.50 EUR at <A HREF="http://www.reichelt.de" TARGET="_blank">Reichelt</A>), therefore the usage without a LCD/menu hasn't been focused during the development. The configuration can be changed from a PC via SysEx, but an editor is not available (yet). Therefore please consider to build the menu interface!</LI>
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      <LI><A HREF="mbhp_din.html">DINX1</A>: a shift register is required for the 4 menu buttons (resp. the two menu buttons + the datawheel, see below). It doesn't make sense to build a complete DINX4 module just for 4 digital inputs, therefore I suggest to build a single 74HC165 shift registers + 9*10k resistors on the same veroboard where your buttons are mounted.<BR>
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      <LI><A HREF="mbhp_din.html">DINX1</A>: a shift register is required for the 4 menu buttons (resp. the two menu buttons + the datawheel, see below). It doesn't make sense to build a complete DINX4 module just for 4 digital inputs, therefore I suggest to build a single 74HC165 shift registers + 9*10k resistors on the same veroboard where your buttons are mounted.<BR>
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      <LI>4 buttons or 2 buttons/datawheel: the menu navigation requires at least one Exit and one Select button. For data entry either Inc/Dec Buttons, or a datawheel (rotary encoder) can be used.<BR>
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      <LI>4 buttons or 2 buttons/datawheel: the menu navigation requires at least one Exit and one Select button. For data entry either Inc/Dec Buttons, or a datawheel (rotary encoder) can be used.<BR>
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         <A HREF="midibox_cv/mbcv_4buttons.pdf">Interconnection diagram for 4 button configuration</A><BR>
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         <A HREF="midibox_cv/mbcv_4buttons.pdf">Interconnection diagram for 4 button configuration</A><BR>
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         <A HREF="midibox_cv/mbcv_2buttons_datawheel.pdf">Interconnection diagram for 2 buttons and one datawheel configuration</A></LI>
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         <A HREF="midibox_cv/mbcv_2buttons_datawheel.pdf">Interconnection diagram for 2 buttons and one datawheel configuration</A></LI>
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      <LI><A HREF="mbhp_bankstick.html">BankStick</A>: a 24LC256 BankStick is recommented, it allows you to store 128 patches. Patches can be named for best oversight. Multiple BankSticks are not supported, but the stick is hot-swappable.<BR>
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      <LI><A HREF="mbhp_bankstick.html">BankStick</A>: a 24LC256 BankStick is recommended, it allows you to store 128 patches. Patches can be named for best oversight. Multiple BankSticks are not supported, but the stick is hot-swappable.<BR>
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