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CA3096 Board finished. PIcture & Q's
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 7:03 am    Post subject:  CA3096 Board finished. PIcture & Q's Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Hi. I've just finished the 3096 Steiner VCF using press n peel method.
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I've tested it using an 8 step sequence from my SN voice Lux and am getting some positive results. I had to change R16 to a higher value to achieve self oscillation which I like but this particular one is pretty rough!
I've noticed that the output is a little quiet but I'll probably change the resistors on the input and output stages.
A question I have is: If I wanted to change the filter to accept inputs into the LP BP and HP (ala Ken Stone) instead of them being selectable via a switch, would I have to reroute the input stage... has anyone done this ??

Anyway, Thanks Mr USSON for such a great design. Cool

Steve.


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Yves Usson Steiner VCF incorporating CA3096 transistor array.
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