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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby madbean » 01 Mar 2012, 01:06

There are only a couple of stages the dry signal passes through before the output. Turn the MIX all the way down, and then audio probe the outputs of 1) input buffer 2) pins 1 and 7 of the dual op-amp (TL072, or whatever you used). This should clue you into where the signal is dropping.
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby LaceSensor » 01 Mar 2012, 01:21

madbean wrote:There are only a couple of stages the dry signal passes through before the output. Turn the MIX all the way down, and then audio probe the outputs of 1) input buffer 2) pins 1 and 7 of the dual op-amp (TL072, or whatever you used). This should clue you into where the signal is dropping.


Cool. Will do that tommorow. Its midnight here now :)

I used an LF353 FWIW
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby LaceSensor » 01 Mar 2012, 12:40

Fixed by replacing Q1. Thanks bean
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby LaceSensor » 01 Mar 2012, 16:27

Sweet

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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby Seiche » 01 Mar 2012, 16:45

wow, neat build!

whats the difference between the two PCBs?
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby LaceSensor » 01 Mar 2012, 17:02

Seiche wrote:wow, neat build!

whats the difference between the two PCBs?


Just v1 = blue v2 = red, the v2 fixed 2 ground connections that you have to jumper. Otherwise identical.

The red one I built has the modulation add on (copied with a few changes from Sabros design)
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby madbean » 04 Mar 2012, 21:54

Just came across this template in my files. Print at 300DPI to get the right dimensions.

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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby LaceSensor » 06 Jun 2012, 01:52

Thanks to Abfelkin who sent me his last couple boards.
Heres the first one done, for a good friend of mine.

Gutshots tommorow when I have light.

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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby abfackeln » 06 Jun 2012, 02:03

Love it!
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby Kunfuz » 06 Jun 2012, 07:38

Just bought a Red board with a MN3005 fron ngoda Rob that he had had hidden in a dark drawer :thumbsup
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby TubeOrgasmer » 06 Jun 2012, 09:03

Any news on when the dual delay and lfo add on PCBs from madbean will be available?
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby LaceSensor » 07 Jun 2012, 17:56

Heres some better pics including the insides

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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby Seiche » 07 Jun 2012, 18:34

got my board. now where to get those 24mm board-mount pots?

only one I can find is this one. Only in that useless value :?
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby sinner » 07 Jun 2012, 18:58

Seiche wrote:got my board. now where to get those 24mm board-mount pots?

only one I can find is this one. Only in that useless value :?



Don't be so sure, Banzai is often out of stock with stuff they carry on ;)
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby Seiche » 07 Jun 2012, 19:52

sinner wrote:
Seiche wrote:got my board. now where to get those 24mm board-mount pots?

only one I can find is this one. Only in that useless value :?



Don't be so sure, Banzai is often out of stock with stuff they carry on ;)

Do you mean I should write them because it's not in the online store? :scratch:
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby sinner » 07 Jun 2012, 21:56

Seiche wrote:
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Seiche wrote:got my board. now where to get those 24mm board-mount pots?

only one I can find is this one. Only in that useless value :?



Don't be so sure, Banzai is often out of stock with stuff they carry on ;)

Do you mean I should write them because it's not in the online store? :scratch:


You should do that with all your orders from Banzai. They owe me 60 euro in parts (backordered) since 2010
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby Seiche » 07 Jun 2012, 22:11

I think I get you now. You're saying that what's in the store isn't necessarily in stock, right? That's sucks dude.
I thought you were trying to say that what they have in their warehouse isn't necessarily visible online, lol. Trying to tell me that they might have the 24mm pcb pots but it doesn't show up online.

Hey I live in the city they are located, should I go there and give them some polish concrete shoes for you? :mrgreen:
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby LaceSensor » 08 Jun 2012, 01:11

or just use 16mm pots and wire peices of solid core onto them, like I do.


DIY board mount pots FTW!
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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby danielzink » 08 Jun 2012, 02:32

or....

Mouser:

31VQ601-F

31VQ405-F

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Re: Way Huge - Aqua-Puss

Postby Seiche » 08 Jun 2012, 06:13

LaceSensor wrote:or just use 16mm pots and wire peices of solid core onto them, like I do.

Yeah I'll probably resort to that method. I've been doing this alot.

danielzink wrote:31VQ601-F
31VQ405-F

thanks! That's what I was looking for.
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