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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 9:19 pm    Post subject:  FAQ
Subject description: Frequently asked questions.
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1. Do I have to use the Power/Regulation PCB?

A. Yes, for the VCO, VCA, VCF, Triple EG, Sequencer, and Trigger Converters need to have this PCB in order to properly connect, filter, and condition the power from your mains. I did this to conserve space behind the module to accommodate shallow Euro rack users.

2. Will these modules run on +/-12 volts?

A. Yes. Nyle has been testing each module on +/- 12 volts and so far they all work fine. You still need the Power/Regulation PCB for the VCO, VCA, VCF, Sequencer, and Trigger Converters. Some of these modules, eg: VCA, VCF, etc., have additional filtering on the power for parts of the circuit and these components are on the Power/Regulation PCB.

3. Do I have to order the Power/Regulation PCB separately?

A. No. When you order a module, you get all the PCBs you need to complete the module. For example, the VCO includes the VCO PCB, two trimmer converter PCBs, and the Power/Regulation PCB. For the Sequencer, you get the two sequencer PCBs, Power/Regulation PCB, and a Trigger Converter PCB. For the Triple EG, you get two ENVDL PCBs, one ENVDT, PCB, and the Power/Regulation PCB, etc.

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