Like I mentioned before, I decided to go with two versions of the board this time. I remember trying to make PCB's in my garage back in college. I was always trying to save as much board space as possible and trying to be as cheap as possible. It's getting so ridiculously cheap to buy PCB's now, that I don't even worry about having to buy twice as many boards. It's only going to cost me about $30 for 20 boards.
In the meantime, I may try and experiment with the composite output. I noticed some interesting things on the schematic of the RF box. More updates about that later.
Schematic version 2 will be uploaded shortly.
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Hey There, If your tests work out for the new revision PCB would you be willing to sell some of the extra boards? Or is it best for the rest of us eager people to just order our own from the new files?
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