Nava v1.0 Firmware

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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby lukep_gdansk » Nov 10th, '17, 13:18

Vincent,

Could you share hex file for 1.024 firmware, pls?

thanks

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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby druu » Feb 6th, '18, 05:57

lukep_gdansk wrote:Vincent,

Could you share hex file for 1.024 firmware, pls?

thanks

lukasz


Also keen for this, please share the hex for 1.024.
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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby e-licktronic » Feb 15th, '18, 07:57

Last update v1.025 online (HEX file included) ;)
Best regards,
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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby BastienL » Feb 26th, '18, 10:47

e-licktronic wrote:Last update v1.025 online (HEX file included) ;)


Did the update and no more problem with Expander mode, thanks! :)
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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby Behaviour » Apr 11th, '18, 18:26

Hi,

Does the 1.025 update work without the MUX mod? The reason I ask is I'm sceptical about doing the mod as I've read it can be problematic on some Nava's

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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby serum114 » Apr 11th, '18, 20:10

Behaviour wrote:Hi,

Does the 1.025 update work without the MUX mod? The reason I ask is I'm sceptical about doing the mod as I've read it can be problematic on some Nava's

Thanks :)


No. The last update pre mux is .023. If you have a desoldering iron or you're a ninja at desoldering its well worth giving it a go. You can always revert back. Tbh even if you cut the chips out it wouldn't be expensive to go back.
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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby emerse » Apr 15th, '18, 05:17

can anyone confirm they have the mux_sh boards successfully working with a Nava v1.02 kit running firmware v1.025?

I am having intermittent issues with my HH, crash & ride.

Thank you!
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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby tekno808 » Apr 15th, '18, 09:02

Behaviour wrote:Hi,

Does the 1.025 update work without the MUX mod? The reason I ask is I'm sceptical about doing the mod as I've read it can be problematic on some Nava's

Thanks :)


Yes works for me ... look here http://www.e-licktronic.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=1724#p10568

Grttzzz,

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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby KlangGenerator » Apr 15th, '18, 10:08

3x v1.02 working with the boards here, although I had one pair of MUX_SH boards causing problems in the digital section (OH delay sound). What I do have on all v1.02 are extreme volume differences among each voices. The RIM is 3 times louder than the BD for example.
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Re: Nava v1.0 Firmware

Postby emerse » Apr 15th, '18, 13:14

KlangGenerator wrote:3x v1.02 working with the boards here, although I had one pair of MUX_SH boards causing problems in the digital section (OH delay sound). What I do have on all v1.02 are extreme volume differences among each voices. The RIM is 3 times louder than the BD for example.


hey klang generator,

any tips on how to get problematic mux boards working?

or is it a matter of building them until you get a working pair?
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