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guitarsandsynths



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PostPosted: Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

jhaible wrote:
guitarsandsynths wrote:
I've checked all the connections and all the solder points. Everything seems to be correct. The low pass and band pass are working perfectly and sound fantastic. Raw and dirt resonance! Me likes it a lot!!!! But I'm stuck and need some advice. Where should I check? What could be the problem? Bad ICs perhaps?
Please help!
Thanks!!!
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Hi guitarsandsynths,

the problem is that, most likely, there *are* some still undedected errors that don't have much to do with the circuit, but with the soldering, component selection, etc. All I can say is double check (or, triple check) for wrong component values, bad solder joints, shorts from excess solder - that kind of stuff. A bad IC is unlikely if LP and BP functions are working.

JH.



Thanks a lot JH!
I'll triple check it!
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:58 am    Post subject:  here's a demo of my JH resonator Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Playing in LP mode. Very Happy
Quarter-tone sequence.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDavqksz24k
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 3:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Are these PCBs still available? If so, where would I order them?
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 3:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

LektroiD wrote:
Are these PCBs still available? If so, where would I order them?


yes its still available.

if a pcb is sold out its writen in the orderform topic,

send him a mail and use the appropriate orderform:

Polymoog Resonator Clone PCB Order form
================================

Pricing is EUR 27.00 per board
plus a single EUR 6.00 shipping flat charge for worldwide shipping,
regardless how many boards you are ordering and where you live.
It does *not* include any customs fees or tax that you may (or may not) have
to pay in your county.

What you get is a double-sided printed circuit board with component overlay,
approx. size 160mm x 100mmm.

You have to buy the electronic components for this, and build the device,
yourself. (Check the above website regularly for updates and building hints,
bill of matrials etc.)

If you want to place a pre-order, please send me an email (no PM, please).

and use the FOLLOWING FORM (fill in your data instead of [],
for instance: "2 Boards" instead of "[quantity] Boards")

===== Start of Email Order Form ===============

Email Subject line: Polymoog Resonator order: [quantity] boards

Email text:

I'm ordering [quantity] pieces of the Polymoog Resonator PCB
for EUR 27.00 per board + EUR 6.00 single shipping flat charge for any
number of boards.
I'm aware that I may have to pay additional amounts of customs and tax in my
country.

I'm also aware that I'm only buying blank PCBs that may help me building an
electonic module - I'm *not* buying a diy kit, not a "project" - just pieces
of FR4 with copper traces.
I know how to build electronic circuits and I am trained in electrical safety matters.
The seller of these PCBs will not be held responsible for any damage that results
from these PCBs, directly or indirectly.

My shipping adress is

[Your Name]
[Your street, number, city, ZIP code, in exactly the form
that is generally used in your country]
[your country]

My paypal adress is [your paypal adress].

I===== End of Email Order Form =========

Looking forward to hear fom you

JH.
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