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Thread: At A Loss - Master Volume Control

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleepyz0mby View Post
    hey Colin,

    have you used your Qube to read steering wheel controls yet? There shouldn't be any difficulty with doin that, but the rest of us are still noobs to your Qube.

    BTW is your final encoder there smooth or are there steps to it? and what is the shaft size? cause i've been diggin up some rather spiffy knobs
    I haven't looked into steering wheel controls, but anyone could do it in theory with some software. The qube is already capable of analog readings, and most controls are resistive... most people are noobs because its still a new product, the software isnt perfect yet and there's no interface to popular programs like RR. Once that gets going it'll be bigger.

    The encoder has 24 detents (I believe) and the shaft size is.... well I don't know. I know that the part outline is from Alps but the model number I forget

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    Thanks for the photos. What are the dimensions of the board? I am looking at two ways for my setup. I'd love to try and get the entire computer into the double din space and not sure how this would fit into it.

    I am guessing that this would directly control the master windows volume? I would love to see something for Open Mobile as well.

    BTW, your site is still not working correct for me. I get a certificate warning as well as photos are not showing up....
    The best forum start place is here but damned if I could find it. I had spent several weeks on the forum before finding it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX8er View Post
    Thanks for the photos. What are the dimensions of the board? I am looking at two ways for my setup. I'd love to try and get the entire computer into the double din space and not sure how this would fit into it.

    I am guessing that this would directly control the master windows volume? I would love to see something for Open Mobile as well.

    BTW, your site is still not working correct for me. I get a certificate warning as well as photos are not showing up....
    I forget the dimensions to be honest, probably about 0.7" x 0.85" but those are just guesses. The site does work, you shouldn't get any certificate errors unless you're using HTTPS which I don't even have set up right now so... use http://www.nilok.ca and it should work...
    If you want to see something for Open Mobile, it's VERY simple to interface with the Qube. It's a simple HID packet, so you'd be looking for "33 FF" for CW and "33 00" for CCW.

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    Thanks... I was clicking on your link in your signature that takes you to the store...
    The best forum start place is here but damned if I could find it. I had spent several weeks on the forum before finding it.

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    Ah! Stupid server. I don't know whos idea it was to redirect to https but I'll make sure it's fixed soon! Thanks.

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