Thought this would be handy for people wanting more connectivity for eurorack. The ns1 nanobridge available from sound machines.
The nanobridge allows for 14 3.5mm Jacks to be connected to and from your AEM system. You will need +5V and ground for this, you can get this from the USB module or take it directly from the ribbon cable. Always use the protected side when sending signals to the AEM just to be on the safe side
Yes, the Nanobridge should basically work fine with AE modular. The 4I/O module is the counterpart in the AE world, with the additional functionality of switching between DC/CV and audio signals - but only 4 channels, not 14 ;-). In audio mode, the signal is "normalized" to 2.5V as center, no matter if the incoming signal is +/- (very likely if from eurorack) or not. I don't know how the Nanobridge handles polarized audio? I hope it doesn't clip the negative part.
The ns1 doesn't like negative voltages from eurorack either so the bridge protects the ns1 from these. Really in 'need' of new modules but I've ran out of space haha, I'm holding out for the xl case. In the meantime I think I'm going to try save some space by taking out the master module. Will be powering the AEM directly from the ribbon connector or USB module using the +5 and ground from my ns1. I have the bridge for my cv connections and the ns1 has built in midi to cv .