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Thread: Can I replace a pico crumble with a Prism soundboard?

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    Default Can I replace a pico crumble with a Prism soundboard?

    Does anyone with more technical knowledge know whether this would work? I have an RGB saber powered by a Pico Crumble V1 and I want the option to customise my saber more. So if I add an Aux switch to my setup, is that the only change to my saber that I would need to make? From the looks of it, both boards use exactly the same recommended parts and so is it as simple as de-soldering the current connections, adding another switch and soldering it to the new board?
    Here are the specs for my saber

    Red – Forward Voltage @ 1000mA = 2.6V
    Green – Forward Voltage @ 1000mA = 3.1V
    Royal Blue – Forward Voltage @ 1000mA = 3.1V

    Battery: Xtar Protected 18650 battery 2600mAh 3.7V

    Speaker: Veco 2W (3W max) 8 ohm bass speaker

    Thanks for your time

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    As long as you have the room, and additional parts (switches, proper chassis, etc,) you should be able to.

    I've also deleted the several other copies of this post. Please don’t do that in the future. Just make one post.
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    Thank you


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