Neuros Jargon

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Here are some terms that we throw around here that you should know if you're going to be a Neuros hacker:

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General

OdNT=http://open.neurostechnology.com - The open source neuros blog/portal

OdNA= same thing, but with the old domain, neurosaudio.com

BdNT= bugzilla.neurostechnology.com

WWWdNT= www.neurostechnology.com

WikidNT= wiki.neurostechnology.com


Hack the Duck= Hack the Neuros products.

DDTD= Don't dis the Duck (in this context the Duck is the community- don't send customer service traffic to #neuros for example}

DDOF= Digital Duck of Freedom

PABLOD (or just BLOD) = Post Apocalypse Blinking Lobster of Death

442

The next generation of the 442 (coming out in Q2 '06) uses the DM320 chip from TI, it has various names:

  • 442v2
  • 442-320
  • 443
  • 122 (this is kind of a joke since 442-320=122)
  • 442OS (for open source)

MPEG-4 Recorder

R1= Recorder version 1.0
R2= Recorder version 2.0
R3= Recorder version 3.0 (available Q3 '06)

NOTE: The R3 has now been renamed the OSD (stands for open source device)

Neuros Audio Devices

N1= Neuros Version 1.0
N2= Neuros Version 2.0
N3= Neuros Version 3.0 (available~Q4 '06)

NAC= Neuros Audio Computer (the line of audio focused devices: N1, N2, N3)

DAC= Digital Audio Computer (the line of audio focused devices: N1, N2, N3)

NDAC= Neuros Digital Audio Computer (the line of audio focused devices: N1, N2, N3)

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