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Old 08-08-2014   #101
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Sorry for the slight thread hijacking, but those of you with knowledge on the minishark, I wish you would put your heads together and Build a thread dedicated to it and how to implement it. I'm new to all the terms reltated to it and quite lost trying to fully understand it and how to integrate it. Thanks.

To the OP, awesome Build and thread. I too look forward to seeing the end result. Keep up the great work.
Here are a couple places to do some reading on minisharc integration:

MiniDSP :: Topic: A 4 ways Car audio project using Minisharc (1/1)

MiniDSP :: Topics in OpenDRC projects (1/1)

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FYI Minidsp support is very good. Feel free to contact them directly with questions you may have about minisharc and your own build. They are extremely nice and collect lots of application feedback to drive improvement with their products so who knows, maybe you'll help them form their next revision or release

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Sorry, I was too lazy to read all 5 pages.
Alternator noise might be a concern but easily curable with dc-dc converter,you`ll get clean as it can be power, small current once can be had for a few bucks. they only good to 3-5A of current but for head unit, DACs, processors that would be enough.
Just make sure you get one with high switching frequency and you good to go.

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Sorry all - I don't check in much. FYI, my project fizzled & I gave up on it. It just got too complicated, and had too many details unresolved. Most of the stuff I bought made it's way into other (smaller) projects. I was probably 5-years too late on the whole "carputer" idea. My cell phone does 80% of what I wanted out of this project.
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lol. Well, you have a fun experience anyway, right?
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Sorry all - I don't check in much. FYI, my project fizzled & I gave up on it. It just got too complicated, and had too many details unresolved. Most of the stuff I bought made it's way into other (smaller) projects. I was probably 5-years too late on the whole "carputer" idea. My cell phone does 80% of what I wanted out of this project.
carputers pretty much dead now. any modern tablet can be HU and everything carputer does.

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lol. Well, you have a fun experience anyway, right?
I have no regrets since I had fun and learned a lot on the way. I think the biggest hindrance was that it was an all-or-nothing installation. There was no way to really install a small part of the project, then add upgrades as I went. I would have been faced with a ton of trouble shooting with no guarantee I'd have a noise free and trouble free setup at the end.
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I hadn't thought much yet about alternator/power noise.
I'm assuming you'll be using a DC/DC (12V to 5V) converter for motherboard power, the Converter should already have a built-in DC/DC Isolator but if it doesn't AND you still have noise (AC Ripple) in the line use a dedicated DC/DC Isolator, that will completely block any noise in the line from reaching the motherboard..

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