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Thread: Using M3-ATX for VIA EPIA N800-10E

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    Thanks for your input Nik, I will closely watch your worklog when it will be started.

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    on my commel setup i used a dsx12vd with a brainstem to program it.
    on my intelboard an M4

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    Hi esilviu,

    I am sorry I have been busy on some family issues and finally able to get back this project. Maybe you already bought your speaker. I just bench tested my amplifier. I don't have very good ears and usually can't tell the difference between different speakers, but at least I would say it doesn't sound too bad. I admit I am using a pair of cheap speakers:

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    Next step I will have to test it in my car. Let me work on the wiring harness a bit and give an update here.

    Thanks,
    -Ivan

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    Hi Nik,

    Quote Originally Posted by nivanov View Post
    Hey, it's great to get mentioned in a thread I'm not even participating in
    I'm currently working on a second version of an all-in-one car pc, using Intel NUC. I'll be posting my worklog soon. I'm using the same exactly amplifier that OP is using - it's the newer version of the one I used in my previous build. It uses standard headphone jacks instead of a JST connector I had to use. Unless they messed up the design in this new version, I highly recommend this amp. You get a whole lot of functionality for $35!

    Nik
    NUC! I just bought a D34010WYK as well, after realizing the single core VIA N800 will be short of processing power for one of my applications...

    I had once considered NUC but I thought it needed a 19V DC input. Since I don't want an extra step-down regulator for my 12V lilliput I gave up the idea. And when I figured out I was wrong (NUC is okay with 12V DC, both the internal and external power jack), I made an order without second thought. i3 is so powerful and the idle power consumption (~4W) is just sexy.

    I am already started designing a customized enclosure for the combination: Lilliput + D34010WYB + TDA7850 + DCDC-USB. Will probably share the model files so that people can print it with their own 3D printers.

    Thanks,
    -Ivan

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivanwyc View Post
    Next step I will have to test it in my car. Let me work on the wiring harness a bit and give an update here.
    -Ivan
    Just tested in my car. I can't tell there's any difference in terms of quality from that of the stock radio. Honestly, it's not too bad considering its price. The only complain is that the 2.5mm input jacks are a bit loose. I can pull out the plug too easily.

    Thanks,
    -Ivan

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    Thanks very much for sharing with us your test result on this amplifier, good luck with your project and I will watch closely this thread to see the final integration of the NUC computer in your car!

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