MXR - M-108 Ten Band EQ new version  [schematic]

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Re: MXR - M-108 Ten Band EQ new version

Postby floris » 12 Dec 2017, 20:13

Dunlop has the sliders on their website (but you can't buy them directly from Dunlop): :(
https://www.jimdunlop.com/product/ecb04 ... 07226-8.do

Dunlop refered me to AB Music (algambenelux.be) but they also don't deliver directly to an end customer.
They refer me to an "MXR dealer" or repair service like Kebe.nl.

So what happens is that I need to order it from Kebe repair centre (in Eindhoven The Netherlands), who need to order the slider from AB Music (Antwerp Belgium), who will in turn have to order it from MXR/Dunlop (U.S.A.) who have ordered it from some distributor (perhaps U.S.A) which had ordered it from a manufacturer (probably Asia).
So the slider will go through 5 different locations, has been in 3 continents and 5 countries, and will be priced upwards 4 times (everybody want to earn some money, right?) ...
:slap:
How tiresome... and a waste of energy... Why isn't there a more direct route for getting a specific simple slider? Is this still the 1980-ies or something?
(Sorry for the rant... currently a bit frustrated...)
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Re: MXR - M-108 Ten Band EQ new version

Postby floris » 13 Jan 2018, 17:44

Slider search is continued here: viewtopic.php?f=17&t=28737
I ordered a replacement slider from Key Music in Rotterdam The Netherlands for 7,50 euro and 5,- euro shipping.
"MXR WMDU ECB046 x 1 (EUR 7,50)"
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Re: M108S new new version

Postby Ashura » 12 Oct 2018, 18:24

x-tn wrote:There is a 'newer' version called M108S.
It says "...it's been upgraded with noise-reduction circuitry, true bypass switching, a lightweight aluminum housing, brighter LEDs, and a second output."
https://www.jimdunlop.com/product/m108s ... 09564-9.do


Would anyone have the schematic and PCB photos of this new version?
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