Excellent.  So I'd simply need route the power and the ground from other pins or do I need to supply power from elsewhere?  Because I can probably (and should probably) power them from else where, anyway.

On Thu, May 8, 2008 at 6:04 PM, Dave Hylands <dhylands@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Corey,

> I'm just curious if there is any advantage to using a Robostix-th over an
> Roboaudio-th.  For instance, is anything sacrificed in putting the Audiostix
> portion on the roboaudio board?  There is nothing stated in the overview of
> either device that would suggest there is, but I want to make sure that I
> don't buy the Roboaudio and sacrifice something vital.

The only real sacrafice is the form factor of the connectors. On the
robsotix, there is a row of ground pins, power pins, and signal pins.
On the roboaudio, the connectors are almost all signal and only a few
power and ground signals.

Dave Hylands
Vancouver, BC, Canada

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