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  1. Hallo zusammen :) Ich hab eine MIDIbox-V1 dass ich mit einem original Netzteil >> https://tinyurl.com/y8ohwtoq betreibe. Läuft alles super nur wird das Netzteil schon sehr heiß, weshalb ich mir dieses Netzteil besorgt habe >> https://tinyurl.com/y8zvl8aw hatte mich vorher erkundigt, läuft problemlos mit einem C64. Heute angekommen angesteckt und funktioniert nicht. MIDIbox geht gar nicht erst an. Original Netzteil wieder dran und alles in Ordnung. Hm :/ Weiß jemand von Euch woran das liegt? Wenn es mit dem original Netzteil läuft wieso dann nicht mit dem neuen? Kennt jemand eine sichere Alternative? Kann ich dieses original Netzteil auch verwenden? >> https://www.ebay.de/itm/202986385416 Wird das genauso heiß? Danke Euch! krizz
  2. Hi, I power the Seq v4 with USB , Fine , stable (since a month) i want to permute for a permanent dedicated PSU than USB in the seq case (BLM extension ready) so i've bought a meanwell 5V 3A at reichelt . Meanwell PSU this switching PSU made the Control Surface crash! ( i suspect interaction between supply switching frequency and the frequency of the CS matrix also ripple/noise) i could build filters to sleek the PSU but the config is a bit special. (filter have to be well designed for a certain current, BLM is not constent current, and if the CS crash the BLM will do too! don't like this sensible way) so i thinking use classic design PSU with transformer and a linear LT1085-5 regulator (not done yet) i never used this regulator but i will test. Is someone have experience , suggestion or tips with higher current than 7805 regulator. (perhaps another regulator familly than LT1085) Thanks Nico
  3. I would like to use my ±15V PSU with my MIDIBox CV, at least for testing purposes. Can I use a 7812 and a 7912 based circuit like in the picture below or is this a bad idea?
  4. Florestan


    Didn't find anything with keyword "PSU" in the forum, so maybe I'm the most birdbrained guy around. So what, please type slowly... ;) This is my first (bigger) soldering project and I already finished the core and I'm working on the SIDmodule. To check voltages I need to connect it to the PSU, therefor I bought an original C=64 power supply. This is where I am at a loss: http://www.ucapps.de/mbhp/mbhp_8xsid_c64_psu_optimized.pdf Is there any circuit board available to connect the C=64s PSU with my Midibox? Greetings Florestan
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