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A new Wurlitzer 1015 Replica its coming!

Started by barbosaa, May 04, 2011, 02:47:53 AM

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barbosaa

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Quote from: Barcrest on May 18, 2011, 04:05:16 PM
Quote from: barbosaa on May 18, 2011, 03:15:36 PM
Quote from: Barcrest on May 18, 2011, 02:40:29 PM
So do you have to manually enter the CD information into a database or do you look it up on the web from the CD ID number using CDDB?

I use my finger on mini touch screen FingerVu 985S, i touch artist cover, and select it , and then touch GO , and the software to all alone..send one command to dacal power driver ! Magical

I mean when setting up your software. How did you get the CD Information in and how easy is it to add/remove CD's from the software.

Ahhhh  , yes i did one module panel in Visual Basic, then  I would  inserting CD information,  and has 2 button commands that find me cover art and play list,  all on line way internet . then i copy and paste .this information to my Database Msaccess Table ,  I do this just one time.


barbosaa

#31
DAY 15:

Wood door forniture in Process.

Hi today its a great day because we can test the acrylic parts on wood door and the parts fits perfecty!

Excelent job  to my Carpenter Oscar Montes!





caesar

#32
Hello !
Just a suggestion:
 Would you feel more comfortable with having a second power supply dedicated just for the amps.
WOW, Up to *70A* You'll have to increase the wire size (lower gauge) to pull the amperage through a single physical wire.

Here's a couple formulas that may help:
Amps = Watts / Volts
Amps x Volts = Watts

Even thourgh the NZXT Hale90 PSU says +12vdc @ 70A, that's at absolute max output before the fire. :o
To make the PSU last a long time. I'd calculate a comfortable 80% PSU output. now is only 12+vdc @ 56A

56A x 12vdc = 672 watts

The total RMS output of all amps & subwoofer combined shouldn't exceed 672 watts or the power supply will have a short lifespan.

Disclaimer: I have been wrong before.. :-\

Keep the pics coming...
Can't wait to see the cabinet... ;D






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barbosaa

#33
Day 21

Finaly i did the Software to play all my original CD Music with the carrousel CD - Dacal power Drive, i managed  combine My software and Windows Media Center , to integrate CD Music and internal MP3 Music

This is just the model, the final panel finish would be in acrylic







see video test:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEylpzcSf-w

Now i wait for wood forniture its in paint process. white color

barbosaa

Day 22

Desing Cover Carrusel Done!

This would be the final panel inside cover cd carrousel


Norman Marshall

Hows the juke coming along barbosaa? Can we have some updated pics please
Dear God, Please bring back Bob Marley, In return you can have Justin Bieber. Amen

muzzakuzza


barbosaa

Hello felas,  me again .  the wood forniture was delayed because my carpenter has in vacations. today the wood forniture ready to polish and paint process.


Barcrest

Keep on Rocking in the Free World \m/ ;D\m/



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jukejohn

does look nice great work

ive cheated and hopefully got a empty rockola bubbler on its way from us
paid $2500 inc shipping
and thats it im broke now


barbosaa

Quote from: jukejohn on June 22, 2011, 04:20:49 PM
does look nice great work

ive cheated and hopefully got a empty rockola bubbler on its way from us
paid $2500 inc shipping
and thats it im broke now



Realy? can you place some pictures?

jukejohn

im going to do that when it comes
pics from the begging to the end of the project

thats when i find out how you upload a pic on here

Red Devil

Hi Adolfo,

I do like your project and hope you will be able to finish it.

The work you have done so far is very impressive.

The use of a DACAL PowerDrive ist another hit.
I did'nt even knew that something like that exist!

I wish you good luck for the rest  :beer

Jean-Luc

Novalak


Barcrest

Quote from: Red Devil on July 01, 2011, 12:09:48 PM
The use of a DACAL PowerDrive ist another hit.
I did'nt even knew that something like that exist!

There also simular drives made by sony that I looked at a while ago. The advantage of using a CD drive for the music is it is a lot easier (Especially in the U.S.) and also a lot cheaper to licence for commercial usage. I never did get hold of a drive to impliment the code into E-Touch though as there didn't seem any interest. I found this a little odd really as you could legally have these running in bars all across the states and 300 albums is a pretty decent selection. You can also daisy chain them to have even more albums should you want a lager library.
Keep on Rocking in the Free World \m/ ;D\m/



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