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 on: July 12, 2018, 10:16:03 PM 
Started by SynTeknik - Last post by matalog
Does anyone still have the Manual and samples for this?

Rapidshare doesn't work these days.

Thanks for any help :-)

 on: July 12, 2018, 12:29:59 PM 
Started by Manuel - Last post by Circuitbenders
On the power supply board right next to the power connector for the main board theres a wire jumper. You'll find 12v there, or on whatever pin of the power connector it runs to.

 on: July 11, 2018, 09:39:54 AM 
Started by Manuel - Last post by Manuel

I am a lover of AKAI samplers, especially the S2000

Got one with the internel SCSI mod, but surprisingly there seems to be no 12V connector for the drives. Nearby the SCSI pins is also a 5V supply.

Anobody has any idea? Would be so great.

 on: July 05, 2018, 02:15:54 PM 
Started by holyredbeard - Last post by holyredbeard
I am mostly into sound making machines and this device is an old video editor, but also has several functions for sound. So I want to do something with it, but don't know what? Should I skip the video part and only go for the sound part, and try to implement those (bass, treble etc) into other machines? What would you do?

A video editor, A good little machine if you put your old video to DVD or just want to add music or voice over.

Most controls on the front panel are related to the mixer. It has three stereo inputs, two of which are connected to a pair of switched video inputs, the third additional audio input can be switched between audio level at a sound level (from a tape or a turntable) or a high-impedance microphone; There is a slider for each audio input, and a masterfader to adjust the output level, this is shown with a pair of LED bar graphs. It also has a set of bass and treble controls, and there is a headphone output.

Video installations start with the 2-channel switch. Note It's simply a switch, there are no synchronization features. As they pass through the device, video signals can be processed into a black or white ink and pass through an amplifier. The effects of discoloration and any improvements that are applied can easily be checked for display units displaying the effect before and after each process.

It is equipped with a power source and beside the microphone and headphones there is a stereo RCA to RCA conductor, an AV RCA cable, a microphone holder and instructions that work well. Work to explain what you can do and how to do it the.

The sound goes relatively undamaged through the mixer. It manages the composite video inputs very well, without additional audio in the output.

Features: 3-channel stereo audio mixer / fader, bass and treble control, 2-channel AV mixer input, fade video (black or white) video boost, split screen, audio graphics indicator

Sockets: AV inputs and outputs (11 phono), microphone input and headphone output (minijack), DC input.

Dimensions 320 x 210 x 55 mm
0.8 kg of weight

 on: June 29, 2018, 11:59:42 AM 
Started by Gordonjcp - Last post by ADEVILPUTASIDE
Hi! I'm trying to work out if I want to try burning some HR-16B ROMs myself, but the domain seems to be down - is the software available anywhere else, please?


 on: June 23, 2018, 03:32:21 PM 
Started by eugene1277 - Last post by eugene1277
Hi there folks.

Just got given a stylophone and have been looking at bending it. Have seen some good results online but nothing with anything clear (I'm a noob)..

Anyone got any pics of bends or similar they are willing to share?
Advice welcomed...


 on: June 14, 2018, 07:36:41 PM 
Started by J1971986b - Last post by J1971986b
I've spent quite a while trying I track down info on this so please forgive me if this info is somewhere really obvious. I found two old Highly Liquid SKM kits for my casio sk 5 and 8 but I can't for the life of me find a manual, build guide or ANY info on them anywhere. Can anyone help point me in The right direction?
Thanks in advance

 on: June 13, 2018, 10:55:47 PM 
Started by billysurf - Last post by gmeredith
You can just take a small amount of each part and mix it on a board, like you do for araldite or epoxy glues. That's what I do, then the rest is still useable for later, in their own resealable pots.

Having said that, the wire glue sounds good, no mixing  :)

 on: June 11, 2018, 01:27:27 PM 
Started by billysurf - Last post by Circuitbenders
I was just reading review on amazon for that stuff, and theres a lot of people saying you have to use it all in one go. Is that the case?

I take it that its some sort of epoxy based glue as you have to mix it. Thats probably a lot harder wearing than normal wire glue, but i've not had a wire glue repair go wrong yet.
I guess time will tell.

 on: June 11, 2018, 01:18:10 PM 
Started by atomat149 - Last post by Circuitbenders
You won't be able to get a replacement ROM chip as they don't exist, unless you desoldered the one or two in there, read the contents with a EPROM reader and burnt a new one on a blank EPROM.
Just don't short ground and the positive power rail together and you should be ok. If it isn't a custom Roland chip you might be able to find a datasheet that will tell you the pinout.

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