SMEG AS73CS – Dryer Machine


Dryer, white box
Energy Class B

EAN13: 8017709135843
Condensation system
Load capacity = 7 Kg
INOX basket = volume 104 litres
width door = 38 cm
Elettronic control
Delayed start = 3-6-9 h
Program selection knob
11 programs for automatic dry (3 levels: ready for iron – dryed for wardrobe – strong and extra dryer)
5 special programs: refresh – delicate – quick 30 minutes – shirts – jeans
Timer from 10 to 60 minutes
Humidity sensor
ON/OFF button
Start/Pause/Cancel button
Exclude audio signals button
Delayed start button

Size: HxWxP 85x60x54 cm

Wire size and position – Where to buy

As usual NIERLE is the best place for that: it’s not a store with any specific cables but it’s cheaper than other and I was used to buy there in the past.

Connections between A/V Amplifier Yamaha Rx-V467 and Boston Acoustic SoundWare XS 5.1:

Connections between A/V Amplifier Yamaha RX-V467 and TV Samsung UE40C6510:

Connections between A/V Amplifier Yamaha RX-V467 and WD TV Live:

Connections between PC Lenovo W500 and TV Samsung UE40C6510:

Wire size and position – AWG vs Metric


There is a list based on diameters of round, solid, nonferrous, electrically conducting wire.
Here a complete Table of AWG wire sizes.
Speakers instructions reported:

  • For short runs of less then 20 feet or so you can use 18 gauge wire
  • For runs of more than 50 feet use 16 gauge wire

Based on the table above:

  • 18 AWG ( <=20 feet / <=6m )
    • Diametre = 1.024 mm
    • Turns of wire = 9.77 per cm
    • Area = 0.823 mm^2
    • Copper resistence = 20.95 Ohm/km
  • 17 AWG ( 20-50 feet / 6-15 m)
    • Diametre = 1.150 mm
    • Turns of wire = 8.70 per cm
    • Area = 1.04 mm^2
    • Copper resistence = 16.61 Ohm/km
  • 16 AWG ( > 50 feet / > 15 m)
    • Diametre = 1.291 mm
    • Turns of wire = 7.75 per cm
    • Area = 1.31 mm^2
    • Copper resistence = 13.17 Ohm/km

Home System measure

List of required cable based on real installation =

Total of cables requested =

  • 16 AWG = 8.5m + 11.5m + 9.5m + (1.5m x3 ) = 35m – 114.8 feet
  • 18 AWG = 1.5m + 1.5m + 1.5m + (1.5m x3) = 10m – 32.8 feet

Base on this power table cable selection, I should use AWG 16 and AWG 12 with a system of 100 Watts.

Boston Acoustic – SoundWareXS 5.1


It’s available the DataSheet and Product Manual at the website with the full specifications:

  • Satellites =
    Frequency Response: 150 Hz – 20 kHz
    Recommended Amp Power: 10 – 100 watts
    Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
    Sensitivity: 85 dB [SPL/2.8v at 1 m]
    Woofer: 2½”
    Tweeter: ½”
    Crossover Frequency: 5 kHz
    Net Weight: 0.5 kg
    Dimensions (H x W x D): 94 x 87 x 113 mm
  • Subwoofer =
    Frequency Response: 50 – 150 Hz
    Amplifier Power: 100 watts
    Woofer: 8” (203 mm)
    Crossover Frequency: 60 Hz – 180 Hz
    Net Weight: 9 kg
    Dimensions (H x W x D): 377 x 284 x 310 mm

They are avaiable at BOW website for €600

Yamaha Surround 5.1 – Silver Color for Samsung UE40C6510

After a comparison of surround 5.1 system
Even if Samsung has AnyNet+ to manage all Samsung devices together with 1 remote controller, they do not offer any Surround System white / silver to match TV color.

So I moved over to wide the companies and found the new generation of AV system by Yamaha.

It’s splitted in 2 pieces:

According to Kelkoo.it it’s should be able to find both for less €500

Samsung UE40C6510 – 40” Full HD LED TV

Video Resolution = 1920 x 1080
Feature Internet@TV =Yes

Audio
Dolby Dolby Digital Plus / Dolby Pulse + SRS TheaterSound
DTS 2.0 + Digital Out = Yes
Speaker Type Bottom – Output (RMS) = 10W x 2
Woofer = Yes

Input & Output
Component In (Y/Pb/Pr) = 1
Composite In (AV) = 1 (Common use for Component Audio In)
Digital Audio Out (Optical) = 1
DVI Audio In (Mini Jack) = 1 (Common Use for PC Audio in)
Ethernet (LAN) = 1
Headphone = 1
HDMI = 4
PC Audio In (Mini Jack) = 1
PC In (D-sub) = 1
RF In = 1
USB (HDD + Movies + WiFi adapter ) = 2
CI Slot = 1
Scart = 1

Dimension
Set Size (WxHxD) with Stand = 959 x 651 x 270mm
Set Size (WxHxD) without Stand = 959 x 588 x 29.9mm
VESA = 400 x 400

Weight
Set weight with stand = 14.7kg
Set weight without stand = 12.3kg

Manual online
Firmware online

More information at Samsung Italia website

WD TV Live – New firmware + Communites

HW

  • CPU = Sigma Design SMP-8655AD
  • Clock CPU = 500Mhz
  • Flash = 128 MByte
  • RAM = 512MByte DRAM

Firmware

Website

Forum

Wiki

WDLXTV-Live Firmware

WDLXTV-Live is a souped up unofficial firmware for the Western Digital WD TV Live. It is based off of the 1.02.21 firmware, but with many extra features. This is a permanent flash, just like an official upgrade. It enables a wide range of extra functionality which is missing from the official firmware, such as bittorrent, webserver, NZB, SSH, FTP, NFS, etc.

Different Version

  • Normal = The Normal version requires Flashing the Firmware into the WDTV Live
  • Minimal = The Minimal version is the same as the Normal version, but without php, python, perl, nzbget, deluge, lighttpd
  • Ext3 = This version is used for testing purposes. It is identical to the normal flashed version. The main difference is that ext3-boot-live is pivoted into and run directly off your external device. This means ext3-boot-live gives you full read/write permissions.

To flash firmware
Place wdtvlive.bin on a memory stick along with wdtvlive.ver and insert it into your WDTV Live.
When asked if you want to upgrade your firmware, say yes.
The WDTV Live will reboot and after several minutes the whole flashing process will complete and reboot again.
Upon successful flash you will see WDLXTV_Live in the about screen of system settings.
The firmware no longer needs to be on anything attached to the WDTV Live.
Downgrade instructions are always provided at the bottom of the README which is included in every release’s zip.

Alice Gate VoIP 2 Plus Wi-Fi AGPF_4.5.0sx – Rollback to 4.4.2 + Change the settings

Follow this guide to install 4.4.2:
http://www.ilpuntotecnicoeadsl.com/forum/index.php/topic,10572.0.html

+ this guide:
http://inglele.blogspot.com/2009/02/dd-wrt-on-alice-gate-voip-2-plus-wi-fi.html

Enable VOIP
Enable VOIP line
Discus> conf set /voip/line/0/enabled 1
Discus> conf set /voip/line/1/enabled 1
Discus> conf reconf 1

Add PPPOE Connection
usage: pppoe add dev [vpi vci encap {LLCVCMux}]

type:
connection pppoe add aliceadsl aliceadsl WANETHoA

Then save new discuss.conf and lookfor “ppp2” select from ( … to … ) and overwrite with this one to enable auto connection to web:

(ppp2
(enabled(1))
(logical_network(1))
(type(pppoe))
(has_ip(1))
(is_sync(0))
(is_dns_neg(1))
(mtu_mode(1))
(default_route(0))
(route_level(1))
(rip
(enabled(0))
)
(mcast
(igmp_proxy_default(1))
(version(3))
)
(is_trusted(0))
(dyn
(override_netmask(0.0.0.0))
(use_override_netmask(0))
)
(static
(ip(0.0.0.0))
(netmask(0.0.0.0))
(gateway(0.0.0.0))
)
(ppp
(auth
(pap(1))
(chap(1))
(ms_chap_v1(1))
(ms_chap_v2(1))
)
(reconnect_time(30))
(compression
(bsdcomp(1))
(deflate(1))
)
)
(max_idle(600))
(is_clamp_mtu(1))
(is_on_demand(0))
(depend_on_name(ethoa0))
(ppp_lcp_echo(120))
(ppp_lcp_echo_retry(4))
(id(12))
(description(Alice ADSL))
(connection_type(IP_Routed))
(nat_enable(1))
(nat_service(Generic))
(username(aliceadsl))
(password(&b7;`X&b3;&99;&0b;S&de;&c1;))
(dns_override(1))
(name_server
(0(151.99.125.1))
(1(151.99.0.100))
)
(connection_trigger(X_TELECOMITALIA_IT_Conditional))
(nat_pers_time(300))
(alias)
(dhcps(lease))
(cwmp_id())
(service_name())
(metric(1))
(is_unnumbered(0))
(ppp_open_session
(ppp_session_id(9482))
(ppp_server_addr(00:19:55:4c:7d:4a))
)
)