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Author Topic: MC-1 LED Display Replacement  (Read 1382 times)

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Dante

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Re: MC-1 LED Display Replacement
« Reply #15 on: Time Format »

That looks good as new!

BTW: If you need an ADA logo, I can get you one. Also, you can get replacement buttons too, in case you break any of the delicate plastic ones.
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Re: MC-1 LED Display Replacement
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Nice work  :thumb-up: , thanks for sharing  :wave:
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Re: MC-1 LED Display Replacement
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Very nice done, I'm impressed!! The only very small thing missing is a red filter on the LED display.
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Re: MC-1 LED Display Replacement
« Reply #18 on: Time Format »

Thanks yall for nice words  8)
@Dante - bah, maybe I should asked you guys before I started the whole thing, but nevertheless, with this logo it's original and still one of a kind (not that I intended to be so). Interestingly enough, all the buttons work, those that broke I glued with epoxy. But, I'm very happy that I can get some if needed, it's only 30 years old  :)
@MJMP - thanks, it means very much to me, as I have read some of your posts and learned a lot. Interesting, but original display was without any protection or a filter, exposed to elements (beer mostly). It could be that previous owner ditched the thing, but I have put a transparent one, to shield LCD from dust and excretions. I'll see if there are filters to buy in my local radio shack.
Cheers!
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Re: MC-1 LED Display Replacement
« Reply #19 on: Time Format »

If you can't find anything let me know I have some left from my midi pedal.
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