Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Now that it's open - transplanting FM circuitry?
Re: Now that it's open - transplanting FM circuitry?
From: Glen Gangl <darkstar147_at_comcast.net>
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 15:13:28 -0600
All of the circuitry for the fm radio is contained in a metal shield that is
just past the battery contacts so you will need to unsolder the existing FM
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael T. Kupietz, wearing a pointy hat" <reginald_at_kupietz.com>
To: "Joseph Jones" <bumpycarrot_at_gmail.com>; "Rockbox development"
Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2005 5:59 PM
Subject: Re: Now that it's open - transplanting FM circuitry?
> Well, right, thanks :-) What I was hoping is if someone knows exactly
> parts the FM circuitry is - I can't tell what's what in there.
> At 6/14/05 6:15 AM +0100, Joseph Jones wrote:
> >Should be.
> >On 6/13/05, Michael T. Kupietz, wearing a pointy hat
> ><reginald_at_kupietz.com> wrote:
> >> At 1:57 PM -0600 6/13/05, Glen Gangl wrote:
> >> >The correct method is to take the top cover and side screws out and
> >> >unsolder
> >> Thanks, it was the unsoldering that threw me, I thought there was a way
> >> do it without that.
> >> Now that I've got the thing open, here's another question - I have an
> >> model with a broken LCD & HD, and a perfectly good V2 recorder (one of
> >> later ones w/o the vestigial FM hardware inside.) Anybody know if it's
> >> possible to transplant the FM gadgetry into an ordinary V2?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Mike
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Received on 2005-06-15