DL44 Electronics Help

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Jonflake88

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I was lucky enough to get war machine’s (blaster factory) steel DL44 kit for Christmas this year! I was hoping to put a blaster core 5 sound board in it, but I can’t see to find them any where. Does any one have a lead on some? Or know if plector labs plans to restock? Or finally have a good alternative? Thanks!
 

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Jango_Fett_Jr

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Last I heard from Erv was “i'm working on a new gen running on cfx hardware”, with no ETA.

TRamp on Facebook looks to have their own blaster electronics. I haven’t looked into it detail but it looks good
 

zjunlimited

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A proffie board would probably work as well as long as you are comfortable with programming and such. Not sure if it’s been done yet though...
 

Jonflake88

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I thought about that, as I have a spare proffie board but I have little to no programming experience...
 

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Borjis

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There's a very cool sound board from adafruit. Like 18 bucks has 2mb of storage and amplified speaker outputs. I'm using one for a Sandman DS pistol. No programming necessary.

Here is the 16mb version

 

Jonflake88

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There's a very cool sound board from adafruit. Like 18 bucks has 2mb of storage and amplified speaker outputs. I'm using one for a Sandman DS pistol. No programming necessary.

Here is the 16mb version

I actually think I have one of these that I totally forgot about! This is a good idea! Gotta search around the shop and see if I can find it.
 

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