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    Teensy MicroMod Midi Circuit

    Just a quick (and probably dumb) question: Is the circuit from this webpage suitable for Teensy MicroMod?

    Also, would anything need to be added for static protection?

    Thanks!

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    Most commercial (Din) Midi gear that I've explored have pretty much the same circuit as in the above post. Some have some series L and some bypass C.
    If you are thinking of 1/8 inch TRS plugs/sockets then some extra protection is generally added in case of a patchbay mishap with Eurorack or other gear.
    Otherwise the linked schematic for a 3.3v board should be fine with MicroMod,

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    Thanks a ton for the quick reply and confirmation. That makes a lot of sense.

    Quote Originally Posted by MatrixRat View Post
    If you are thinking of 1/8 inch TRS plugs/sockets then some extra protection is generally added in case of a patchbay mishap with Eurorack or other gear.
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    I actually am planning on using 1/8" TRS plugs/sockets. Any idea what should be added where to the circuit to protect it better?

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    Websearch found these:-
    https://grindskills.com/%C2%B112v-pr...or-midi-input/
    https://grindskills.com/%c2%b112v-pr...r-midi-output/
    Note that Korg and Arturia were using TRS with different polarity before the MMA decided on a standard.
    For the sake of the exercise, I played around with the circuits on a breadboard and for the Input used a shottky bridge instead of the single diode so works with either polarity. Don't have any Eurorack gear so was unable to test for grey smoke.

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