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Re: power supplies!!!!
« Reply #15 on: Time Format »

You can see before the pics I changed back to guitar -wah-mp1-mp1 ououts to intellifex to power amp.. wow ut sounds heaps better than in the loop.. like ALOT better.

Just unsure about the outputs of the wah.

I used to have mp1 to wah input then wah dry to one channel of power amp and wet/dry to other channel. Sounded funky.. retained the dry signal and wah on the other. .
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The Dry is a pass through so the signal can go to the input of something you don't want wah mixed with.
Don't know about the Wet/Buff, do you have the manual ?
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« Reply #17 on: Time Format »

I have input,dry and output but don't know either what the wet/buff is.
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« Reply #18 on: Time Format »

thanks guys.. yeah i found the manual online but it doesnt really give examples of how you would use these outputs or what they mean exactly. thats ok ill just keep using it how i use it. sounds good . was just curious how else and if i was doing it wrong.

here is what it says:

Insert the input signal plug from your instrument or effects
chain into the input jack labeled IN on the back panel of the
DCR-1SR.There are three output jacks on the rear panel.The
two output jacks labeled WET/BUFF and WET/DRY will send
an output signal that contains the wah effect.The WET/BUFF
connector has a buffer driver in the bypass signal when the
effect is off.The WET/DRY connector is hard wire bypassed
when the effect is in the bypass mode.The DRY output jack is
hard wire bypassed to the input jack and will bypass the wah
effect at all times. Connect the amp’s output signal plug to the
selected ouput jack, the corresponding LEDs on the f

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« Reply #19 on: Time Format »

Hey GB, would have been nice if they explained what they intended with wet/buff.  So buffers are generally used to buffer voltage or current between one device and another (so a part of a audio circuit or 2 separate audio devices (in this case it's 2 audio devices)). (Kind of lets 2 things (that may normally not connect optimally (e.g. voltage/impedance/current miss match)) connect, i.e. buffers between them). e.g. high impedance to low impedance (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffer_amplifier).
So I'd proffer the wet/buff is to plug into things like FX returns, mixer inputs etc; where as the wet/dry is designed for guitar input, guit amp, MP1 input etc.  The manual doesn't give much detail but that's my take so far.
Cheers R
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Hey GB, would have been nice if they explained what they intended with wet/buff.  So buffers are generally used to buffer voltage or current between one device and another (so a part of a audio circuit or 2 separate audio devices (in this case it's 2 audio devices)). (Kind of lets 2 things (that may normally not connect optimally (e.g. voltage/impedance/current miss match)) connect, i.e. buffers between them). e.g. high impedance to low impedance (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffer_amplifier).
So I'd proffer the wet/buff is to plug into things like FX returns, mixer inputs etc; where as the wet/dry is designed for guitar input, guit amp, MP1 input etc.  The manual doesn't give much detail but that's my take so far.
Cheers R

Thanks mate.. thats what ive been using the wet/dry and sounds good
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No worries, MJMP and others may have some more ideas on why it would be there/good to have ? (they wouldn't waste a jack socket for no reason).
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« Reply #22 on: Time Format »

Hey gb

I just found my original dunlop adapter,it's a 110V to 24Vac 200mA.If you want you can have it.Don't know if you need a 110 or 220V?
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Hey gb

I just found my original dunlop adapter,it's a 110V to 24Vac 200mA.If you want you can have it.Don't know if you need a 110 or 220V?


Awwww geeez thanks mate. Unfortunately I need 220v :(.

I found on ebay  24vac 1amp power supplies but i guess they are rhe same as what I hav now anyway. It would have been nice to have the proper power supply.

I still wonder if only 2 pins provide power what the others are for. I could open it up but not really worried at this stage thanks again
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