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Offline danna

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Newbie, But happy to be here!
« on: Sat, 04 May 2024, 06:49:32 »
Hey Peeps!

Just a guy, loves hacking - intrests focus around Jailbreaking iOS, Ricking 'Nix & Customing out as much as possible. I am also REALLY into audio-hacking and audiophile stuffs so its gone deep to the hardware now too. Plans are building Fortitude60 after I build the last 2 Eurorack projects here! I REALLY like this split mechanical key! With a new Hakko for a hacker-husband from the Santa-Wife I CANT WAIT to just DIY!

Happy to be here!!

Offline Rhienfo

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Re: Newbie, But happy to be here!
« Reply #1 on: Sat, 04 May 2024, 19:36:02 »
Welcome to geekhack :)

Do you have a picture of those boards, love seeing diy projects like this (even though I've never done anything like that)
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