Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: I've done it : FM Recorder opened :-D
Re: I've done it : FM Recorder opened :-D
From: Andrew Jamieson <ajamiesn_at_optusnet.com.au>
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2003 07:33:43 +1100
Although piccies are good, what we _really_ need is for someone to not only
take thier FM recorder completely apart, but then measure how the circuit is
connected, by checking continuity between each component and via with a
multimeter. This means literally measuring from one point on the PCB to
every other point to see if a connection exists. Unfortunately it's a
rather labourious and frustrating procedure, but there is really no
However, it's interesting to see it uses two Li-Ion batts, but it looks like
they are connected in parallel ..... _very_ wierd. Very wierd indeed.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Fred" <speed-up_at_fr.st>
Sent: Monday, February 10, 2003 1:51 AM
Subject: I've done it : FM Recorder opened :-D
> I could just open my Archos FM Recorder and made some photos of the whole
> thing. They can be found here :
> I didn't removed the solder points as I didn't even know what you wanted
> to do and don't wanted to damage my hardware ...
> Just say me what infos you want, what measures, what photos (if needed, if
> you could take some of your Recorder to show me what to look at ...).
> I've made a picture from the battery, that can be seen under the name
> "Archos 20.JPG". It says "2 Lithium-Ion rechargeable batteries - 2200mAh -
> 4.2V - To be used only with the Archos Jukebox". And it can only handle
> temperatures of 0~60°C, that means I can't use my Archos while skying :-D.
> On the circuit I saw 2.1V on the top left (can be seen in Archos 29.jpg).
> Sorry for some shoot qualities, the macro mode isn't that good on my Sony
> The experience was a little scary for me as I got to use force sometimes
> but I could clean up my screen that was a little dirty and stick my F2 key
> that was broken :-D
> The photos I posted are reduced 640*480 ones, I got the original
> ultra-high-res at home if you want some more precision.
Received on 2003-02-09