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Board added for "ADA Cab Sims" in Other ADA Gear (coz El asked for it LOL)

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 on: Today at 10:12 PM 
Started by Kim - Last post by rnolan
Your not alone MJMP, the best thing about going rack for me way back when was to just have a midi pedal at my feet and put all the pedals and wall warts out to pasture.  But hey each to their own.

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 on: Today at 10:06 PM 
Started by Systematic Chaos - Last post by rnolan
Hey RG, looks like you could at least use it to bring 2 stereo outputs together

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 on: Today at 11:23 AM 
Started by hansgraudal - Last post by hansgraudal
My guess about the 50Hz reading is that the ripple probably isn't symmetrical for the top and bottom half of the rectified signal, and as such the scope sees a periodic signal at 50Hz even though it has a 100Hz sawtooth-ish signal "riding on top". I'll make some measurements tomorrow to verify if this is the case.

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 on: Today at 09:43 AM 
Started by Kim - Last post by MarshallJMP
Well it seems I'm one of the few that DOESN'T use pedals  ;D well except for my midi pedal.

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 on: Today at 09:39 AM 
Started by hansgraudal - Last post by MarshallJMP
Usually those regulators work, or they don't, never saw ones that "kinda" worked. Now it's always a good idea to change those M type regulators because they fail sometimes.
About the common noise, why did your scope display 50Hz?

Also be carefull with putting 220µF caps on the output of those regulators, read the datasheet about using large caps.

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 on: Today at 09:31 AM 
Started by Kim - Last post by Kim
So far, this is the latest iteration of my pedal board...I think...wait ten minutes, it's gonna change....wait....

Pretty much sums up every pedalboard.   :lol:

So here's mine for the Update....again.

Pared it down a bit.  Found that the Saturnworks Buffered Splitter was actually redundant on this board because the EHX "9" pedals could do that themselves, so that went to the Home stash.  Also decided (for now anyway, right?) that the EHX Soul Food wasn't really needed where I had it previously, so it too went to the Home collection.  Wait...what?  There's empty space on the board?  lol Thinking about adding a stomp tuner if I find one I like. 

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 on: Today at 09:13 AM 
Started by Soloist - Last post by Kim
But I got a deal on this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uq-M6vjla6Y

Dante if yer reading "But I have a blackstar"..............jesus  :facepalm:  I still think their amps are shit  :lol:  But this pedal sounded like I might be able to use it as my main pre for my flight rig!

So lets see what this pedal can offer me once it arrives. 

From what I can tell from the vid, that pedal might just be what you need.    :thumb-up:  Of course a demo vid doesn't really = IRL though.  Not a fan of Blackstar either, but I am a fan of using what works.  Maybe put a piece of tape over the logo if it bothers you?  lol  I believe this could really work for you after some tweaking of the controls (then Sharpie them to mark the settings so they can be put back immediately after getting moved around during transport).

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 on: Today at 08:28 AM 
Started by Systematic Chaos - Last post by rabidgerry
Got Xenyx 502 Richard, gonna play about with the parallel thing although not sure I can do everything I want but worth an experiment since I got the mixer cheap.

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 on: Today at 08:21 AM 
Started by Soloist - Last post by rabidgerry
SC I guess I'm paranoid about going back to a digital preamp lol  I nearly bit the bullet on the Mooer a few times!

But I got a deal on this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uq-M6vjla6Y

Dante if yer reading "But I have a blackstar"..............jesus  :facepalm:  I still think their amps are shit  :lol:  But this pedal sounded like I might be able to use it as my main pre for my flight rig!

Ming you it is so hard to find a video that is of any use to me in regards to what the pedal would sound like if I owned it as all these metal guys play in stupid dropped tunings and its impossible to tell what the pedal actually sounds like.  The video above and his other video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYt2FzpKeB0&t=475s were probably the best I could find in saying that I think he's in dropped D in one of them.

So lets see what this pedal can offer me once it arrives.  I considered also Ibanez tk999ht and variants such as the Maxon 880 (based on the older TK999US).

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 on: Today at 01:20 AM 
Started by hansgraudal - Last post by hansgraudal
I don't think I'd see much Common mode noise when measuring directly across the pins on the regulators.
Also: Wouldn't the noise issue have persisted, if the regulators weren't faulty?

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