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Mankato tracking
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2012 8:43 pm    Post subject: Mankato tracking Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

I just finished my two mankatos tonight. I can't seem to get the voltage tracking to be any where close to 1v and octive.

I wired two of the cv inputs directly, and one through a pot. When I put cv into the direct cv inputs the change in frequency is huge. The attenuated input can be adjusted to give a better result, but it still does not seem to track well.

Question is this... Are ther some base line settings, frequency, ect.. that I should use when adjusting the cv?

On another Mankato topic, I built one with r2 installed and the other not. One runs class A and the other class AB. I can see a difference in the low frequency oscillator stability on the one running AB (I believe it's that way. Have to pull it out of the cabinet to make sure which one is which.). In any case have others seen this as well?

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Len
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