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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby hendershot » 07 May 2009, 20:09

Hello New guy here, long time follower. Was wondering which IC was used in verified version. Bill of materials mentions 4049 but that chip is 16 pin and the pcb has 14 pins. I would assume 4069 is the correct IC being that it has 14. Also are they buffered or unbuffered (cd4069ub or cd4069B). Thanks and keep up the good work.
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby miwanone » 07 May 2009, 20:51

I used an unbuffered 4049.
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby Barcode » 07 May 2009, 22:33

4069 is mentioned on the schem, so it is probably a safe bet. Good point about the pins...
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby miwanone » 08 May 2009, 00:31

I meant 4069 ofcourse, it's getting late.. :slap:
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby hendershot » 08 May 2009, 02:02

Thanks guys. Etching tonight. Ill let you know results in couple days.
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby chriscustom » 24 May 2009, 19:52

Valoosj wrote:I finished making my own smaller layout. It should fit in a Zvex style enclosure. Will post the files here when it's verified.


There are results? :hmmm:
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby Valoosj » 28 May 2009, 13:41

Finished it and it sounds good.
I'll upload the layout when I get a chance.
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby distortion_gfx1 » 29 May 2009, 14:14

chriscustom wrote:
Valoosj wrote:I finished making my own smaller layout. It should fit in a Zvex style enclosure. Will post the files here when it's verified.


There are results? :hmmm:



any updates on the smaller layout? :D
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby neilnil » 29 May 2009, 17:34

I have one, though it has some space issues. I tried to make it too small and 3 electrolytes don't have enough room to stay tidy. If you can handle or just live with this, go ahead! This layout is verified to work as it's supposed to, but not tested against an original one.

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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby Valoosj » 29 May 2009, 19:59

Hehe, mine is the same size, but has an odd shape.
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby chriscustom » 30 May 2009, 15:31

neilnil wrote:I have one, though it has some space issues. I tried to make it too small and 3 electrolytes don't have enough room to stay tidy.
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby screamingdemon » 07 Jun 2009, 15:40

Could this one running at 18 volts?
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby SPeter » 07 Jun 2009, 16:00

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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby kantul » 08 Jun 2009, 05:35

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I built reztfrazitz few months ago, I found out it had such a good sound dynamics, yet I could not get the best tone. a bit too much bright, maybe brit character?
Mine is noisy when set in maximum gain, so I always set on medium gain.
However I never tried the real effect.
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby distortion_gfx1 » 15 Jun 2009, 14:44

chriscustom wrote:
neilnil wrote:I have one, though it has some space issues. I tried to make it too small and 3 electrolytes don't have enough room to stay tidy.
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http://chriscustom.com/photo/e/rfratz_sm.rar



nice tnx guys.. :applause:
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby hobbes234 » 24 Jul 2009, 09:12

Hi Guys,

I am newbie and i am trying to build my own Reeza. :D
I am not sure if i am posting in the right sub-forum. :scratch:
I have a few questions regarding the parts used in this project and i hope to get some advice from you guys.

I would be shopping for the parts at my local Hardware store this weekend and i would like to know the following.

Would there be a difference if i were to use a 0.5W resistor compared to a 0.25W resistor?
Which type of resistor should i get? does the breakdown voltage affects the quality of the tone?

Please bear with me if my questions sound silly... :oops:
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby Greg » 24 Jul 2009, 11:39

0.5W resistor is fine.. except it will generally be larger.
It won't affect the tone.
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby hobbes234 » 24 Jul 2009, 20:13

Greg_G wrote:0.5W resistor is fine.. except it will generally be larger.
It won't affect the tone.


Thanks for the info Greg,
Types of resistors won't affect the tone too right? Does Carbon or metal films resistors make a difference?
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby Greg » 25 Jul 2009, 01:19

Some say there's a difference, but it'll be minor if there is.

Check out the "mojo vs mojo" thread here... or here's a link with some info:
http://acapella.harmony-central.com/archive/index.php/t-1804459.html
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Re: Emma - Reezafratzitz [ goop-alarm ]

Postby hobbes234 » 25 Jul 2009, 04:12

Thanks Greg! :applause:

That was really enlightening!
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