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Apr 10, 2007

First Time by DGSystems at 1:10 PM (949 Views / 0 Likes) 13 replies

  1. DGSystems

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  2. shonosuke

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    go for wiifree
     
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    Program the chip and then install... not much different.
     
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    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

    http://chiip.descrambler.de/index.php/Digikeyhttp://chiip.descrambler.de/index.php/Digikey

    it has the part numbers from Digikey so you can use it for reference..
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    Yes those and I think you are looking for the plug not the socket.

    12.20 pounds. Holy crap! dude check out futurlec.com
     
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