orange_hand

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About orange_hand

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    MIDIbox Tweaker
  • Birthday 01/16/1970

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Hamburg, Germany
  • Interests Electronic Music especially Acid

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  1. Another SammichSID Completed

    I did just use a knife in order to lift the paper. I didn't use any liquids during this process ....
  2. We don´t give a SID

    very good Peter, I like it !
  3. [FS] sammichFM Kit (new)

    sold.
  4. [FS] sammichFM Kit (new)

    Hi Guys,   I have got a complete sammichFM Kit sitting here, waiting to be built. Unfortunately I have got no time to get my hands on it. So it is up for sale now.   I am asking 210 EUR (shipped within Germany), shipped elsewere in Europe 215 EUR's. The kit is new and complete, never touched !   Cheers orange  
  5. [WTB] Screws for the Pac Tec PT-10 Case

    I have got some left :-)
  6. LCD suggestions

    Well, as you mention it. I didn't pay any attention to this detail :-). After the replacement of the green display, I haven't connected the SEQV4 to the PC. Maybe not a good idea... I will measure the heat generated by the voltage regulator at some point and check their specs again. Not sure where there limits in terms of current are ... Thanks for the hint, I didn't realize that they are so energetic :-) ..... and FAST !!
  7. LCD suggestions

    Yes, they were. I didn't pay $100 for them....
  8. Burns Encoder in MBSEQ V4

    Yesterday I was so upset about the parameter jumps of my Bourns encoder in my MBSEQ V4 that I decided to replace them. Today I used my 808 in order to de-soldered them. Then I replaced them with the good old Alpha's. Man, those Bourns encoders suck..... Now with the Alpha encoders it is really fun to play with the MBSEQ.   PS: I've got flat top LED's in my control surface. When I removed it, I couldn't re-assemble it. So I had to de-solder the LED's are well and had to replace them... I am done for today :-)
  9. VFD 20x2 & 40x2

    I can recommend the following Noritake VFD displays:   http://de.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Noritake/CU40025-UW6J/?qs=LpQOCaTXNHji3bWMnGLoCw==   They are extremely fast, good looking, but not cheap .... I put two of them in my MBSEQ V4, they are working great !
  10. LCD suggestions

    Today I installed two Noritake VFD Display's. I bought them cheap when I was in the US. They are great and really fast, but here in Europe they are soooo expensive ...   http://de.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Noritake/CU40025-UW6J/?qs=LpQOCaTXNHji3bWMnGLoCw==
  11. MB6582 Base to CS connection

    Hi,   I can recommend the following cable:   http://www.reichelt.de/Platinen-Steckverbinder/PS-25-8G-BR/index.html?;ACTION=3;LA=2;ARTICLE=32346;GROUPID=5216;SID=15UNjuWqwQAQ8AAH2rDD458ecd87cdfb539c0c5e96d06a7805539   It works very well and you can still separate both parts from each other:          
  12. CV/Gate Breakout/Buffer Board

    Hi,   I would be interested in two boards as well :phone:   Cheers orange
  13. BLM 16x4 PCB

    Hi,   I have just ordered one from Goldphoenixpcb.com and they charged 103 USD (incl. shipping within the US). I guess there are other alternatives in Europe...   Cheers orange
  14. MB-6582 audio issue

      yes, that should be fine. And yes, it is always good to check the orientation of the electrolytic capacitors as well as the diods and the network resistors.
  15.   oh, does she !?! :shocked:  Always good to buy her a new pair of shoes or a nice hand bag, or whatever she is into. You will see that works great, no complaints anymore ... hehe