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Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by DGSystems, Apr 10, 2007.
go for wiifree
Program the chip and then install... not much different.
i dont think that this is the right one of the chip
"Audio Grade 100nF Audio-Grade Polypropylene Axial Capacitor"
its pretty expensive too...
look at this page
it has the part numbers from Digikey so you can use it for reference..
If you want to use openWii you might have an easier time finding a PIC 12F629 or PIC 12F675 to work with. I am not sure how to build a programmer for this such chip as I found an ATMega8L from futurlec.com. Word of warning, futurlec is slow but I did get everything I ordered for cheap.
If you have never soldered before I would suggestion practising on an old video or sound card. I practised on one for a few hours while I waited for my parts. It was very fun to put the Chiip project together though and you definitely get a sense of pride when you are done.
You want the Solder Plug or Solder Point. And you are looking for the Plug I believe which I assume is (Male).
That site is a bloody rip off. I got enough parts to build 2 Chiips and a programmer for just over $10 US delivered. Sure it took about 2 weeks for the parts to arrive but it was dirt cheap none the less.
Yes those and I think you are looking for the plug not the socket.
12.20 pounds. Holy crap! dude check out futurlec.com