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M.Bareille DS8 clone low volume, HOW CAN I INCRESE IT?
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2013 4:49 am    Post subject: M.Bareille DS8 clone low volume, HOW CAN I INCRESE IT? Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

HI guys!
I finished some time my ds8 and after a while i also build the AK47
theorically they should be the same but they are not
the difference between the two are volume and noise that on the second one i have to say are better.
on the ds8 i have the noise section too loud even with the PAN pot at the minimum and the vco is too quiet....
suggestions??
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2013 10:27 pm    Post subject: Re: M.Bareille DS8 clone low volume, HOW CAN I INCRESE IT? Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

tokyomatik wrote:
HI guys!
I finished some time my ds8 and after a while i also build the AK47
theorically they should be the same but they are not
the difference between the two are volume and noise that on the second one i have to say are better.
on the ds8 i have the noise section too loud even with the PAN pot at the minimum and the vco is too quiet....
suggestions??


Yeah, I find the same. Probably a resistor swap would work -- increase R34 or decrease R33? I wonder if a Log pot would work to some degree too. (With the VCO on the CCW end and noise on the CW end.)

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 10:30 am    Post subject: Re: M.Bareille DS8 clone low volume, HOW CAN I INCRESE IT? Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

jumunius wrote:
tokyomatik wrote:
HI guys!
I finished some time my ds8 and after a while i also build the AK47
theorically they should be the same but they are not
the difference between the two are volume and noise that on the second one i have to say are better.
on the ds8 i have the noise section too loud even with the PAN pot at the minimum and the vco is too quiet....
suggestions??


Yeah, I find the same. Probably a resistor swap would work -- increase R34 or decrease R33? I wonder if a Log pot would work to some degree too. (With the VCO on the CCW end and noise on the CW end.)

mmhhhh...u could be right...maybe i just need to swap them..i will try and report later...righ now is too damn hot in Berlin that just watching at my solder station makes me feel like in a sauna Confused
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