Power Mac G4 Cube Intel Reloaded Edition - my 2nd Hackintosh Case Mod

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  1. MacTester57

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    Dec 25, 2016 at 4:01 PM #261
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    Hi,
    thanks for the praise. I'm from Switzerland.

    Have a look at my new video about this G4 Cube:


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    Feb 2, 2017 at 6:41 PM #262
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    I have now finished a new "2.0" version of the Pro Speakers USB conversion

    It uses a PAM8403 Class D amplifier board. They are available for about nothing on eBay. The audio signal comes from a USB sound adapter. The sound quality is much better than with the old version.

    Attached are some pictures of the conversion process.














    A video is also available:


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    May 11, 2017 at 12:28 PM #263
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    hello thank you for all from Savoie (france) :) not faraway ...
    in the version 3 didn't you change the 1000uF 6,3v for an other? what is the voltage of your 2.2uF capacitor at the end? did you only replace the first one by this one or more things?
     
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    Hi,
    sorry for the late reply. The supply cap is 1000uF / 6.3V.

    The coupling caps on the PCM2704 board were bridged, because the amplifier board also has coupling caps.

    MacTester

    BTW: I've added a Cube review video to post #1
     

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