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kgc210 21 October 2017 15:36

Kipper2k CD32 Riser - RGB (DB23) and PC Keyboard (PS/2) Ideal for TF328
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I have built a number of the Kipper V6.0 Riser boards ideal for use with you TF328!

They come fully populated with a PIC chip for the Keyboard interface and brand new DB23 connectors. The edge connectors and MiniDIN are TE Connectivity AMP brand.

At the moment I have enough to build 8 with RGB (DB23)

Prices for one including delivery and insured are as follows:

UK £30 (Was £32)
Europe £36 (Was £37)
Canada / USA £37 (Was £38 )

Non tracked, sent at your risk!
Europe £32
USA £33

For other locations and for example if you you to buy 3 or 5 etc I will calculate a cost.

I will only except Paypal Gift as this is not a commercial product.
Also it's your responsibility to ensure your TF328 or another product is insulted from the shielding inside your CD32!
There may be a delay in you getting these boards if demand is faster than I can produce them.

patrik 21 October 2017 15:58

Is it possible to order them with options, say like green pcb color to match the CD32 pcb and without PS/2-interface?

kgc210 21 October 2017 16:19

Not at the moment sorry.
I ordered red PCB's to match the TF328.

If I sell out I will consider preordering without components, but as it stands I have bought all of the components for this batch.

patrik 22 October 2017 01:49

Thanks for the info!

indigolemon 27 October 2017 16:11

Arrived and looks grand - will be giving it a proper test tonight :D thanks!

alexh 27 October 2017 16:23

Are these 100% compatible with TF328 when the PIC is programmed and fitted? I did read somewhere that there was some issues with the PIC firmware preventing boot on some risers?

It has the CF cut-out any photos of it all fitting together with the CF card mounted?

indigolemon 27 October 2017 18:02

As far as I know the 18 pin PIC on the Kipper2k design works great, it's the smaller pic used on some risers that cause the issue. I'll try and get some pics when I put it all together this weekend :)

kgc210 27 October 2017 20:10

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Thanks indigolemon.

This is how it sits with my TF328 ignore the tape on the TF328.
I am selling the v6 board, like indigolemon mentions it uses the 18pin PIC which works as should be. It was the pre v6 ones that didn't work.

kgc210 30 October 2017 13:05

Just so you all know I have 12 riser boards left at the moment.

screemo 31 October 2017 00:33

I'll take one of those, can you PM me the payment link (incl. p&p to denmark) ?

PS: Are you selling complete TF328's too ?

spudje 31 October 2017 09:41

Is that lower part top left wide enough to easily route a IDE cable out of the CD32?

kipper2k 31 October 2017 18:50


Originally Posted by spudje (Post 1195948)
Is that lower part top left wide enough to easily route a IDE cable out of the CD32?

There is enough room to feed a IDE cable out through the gap anywhere through the top :) and the 18 pin PIC chip works great

Akira 31 October 2017 19:41

Yeah but will it work? The IDE is not buffered.

kgc210 31 October 2017 20:21

You could also use an IDE - SD adaptor and one of them flexible extensions, then you wouldn't need to bring power out of the CD32.

solidcore 01 November 2017 20:31

@akira ive had success with a long ide cable .

kgc210 03 November 2017 00:28

I am down to my last 6 riser boards now.

Although I do have another batch on their way.

screemo 06 November 2017 13:52

I just received mine today, and very pleased with it :) - highly recommended !

screemo 06 November 2017 13:53

Btw, could you direct me to a good RGB->HDMI combo of cable and upscaler box ?

kgc210 24 November 2017 17:22

Updated first post with reduced pricing and untracked option with Euro / USA.

MickGyver 29 November 2017 12:13

Interested in 2, do they come with the DB23 connectors?

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