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    I don't see if you've ever found an answer to your questions about the CIC6124E, but I do have some information. Ignore it if you don't need it.

    CIC was a spinoff company of Taiwan's International Technology Research Institute (ITRI)1. ITRI is the same organization that gave us UMC and TSMC2. It appears CIC was in operation from 1975 until 2004.

    It's my belief this circuit may be similar to a BA6124, but I could be wrong. The BA6124 is a LED Level Meter driver3.

    Good, bad or indifferent; I'm curious to know your thoughts on this post. I find your project intriguing and I hope this helps a little.

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    2: http://www.itri.org.tw/eng/about/art...10&NodeId=0101
    3: http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datashe...HM/BA6124.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by denali View Post
    I don't see if you've ever found an answer to your questions about the CIC6124E, but I do have some information. Ignore it if you don't need it.

    CIC was a spinoff company of Taiwan's International Technology Research Institute (ITRI)1. ITRI is the same organization that gave us UMC and TSMC2. It appears CIC was in operation from 1975 until 2004.

    It's my belief this circuit may be similar to a BA6124, but I could be wrong. The BA6124 is a LED Level Meter driver3.

    Good, bad or indifferent; I'm curious to know your thoughts on this post. I find your project intriguing and I hope this helps a little.

    D

    Notes:
    1: See registration 1248161 at http://www.uspto.gov
    2: http://www.itri.org.tw/eng/about/art...10&NodeId=0101
    3: http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datashe...HM/BA6124.html

    Interesting info indeed. It does look like what I have here, don't need the LED's so I pulled that chip out of the circuit and all is working well ATM.

    As for the project, I think I'm going to give up on sourcing a new GEQ and go with what I have already. Prototype will likely be final product for the build as I just want to finish the build (ECS finally released the H67H2-I and I have one on the way). I have 2 builds to finish before I can get back to this so it's going to be a few more months before I'll get to it, In 2 weeks I start my "busy time" of the year at work where I start working 8hrs a day instead of 5, so project time will drop as I have 3 less hrs a day and I'm usually beat when I get home and just want to relax so that may add even more time to this project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterlogged View Post

    Interesting info indeed. It does look like what I have here, don't need the LED's so I pulled that chip out of the circuit and all is working well ATM.

    As for the project, I think I'm going to give up on sourcing a new GEQ and go with what I have already. Prototype will likely be final product for the build as I just want to finish the build (ECS finally released the H67H2-I and I have one on the way). I have 2 builds to finish before I can get back to this so it's going to be a few more months before I'll get to it, In 2 weeks I start my "busy time" of the year at work where I start working 8hrs a day instead of 5, so project time will drop as I have 3 less hrs a day and I'm usually beat when I get home and just want to relax so that may add even more time to this project.
    Thanks!

    I can relate to being busy. College, work and family are eating my brains...

    I'm definitely going to keep following this thread. Thanks for the reply!

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