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  1. Hello everyone, Have been in the process of building my midibox SID for years now, but never seem to be able to get around it. Always concerned that once its built, it could be better. So I've been looking and gathering information about the best projects for midibox SID Models, different SID configurations, different front panel options, and most important, different power supplys. Currently trying to figure out the best way to supply my SID circuit, and this seems to be the best 2 options ou there: C64 transformer suplying a 9V linear regulator and a 5 Volt line dire
  2. This is the power supply in DE:GENERATOR Link german blog: http://www.cczwei-forum.de/cc2/thread.php?threadid=5878 Link english blog: http://mutable-instruments.net/forum/discussion/2504/shruthi-synthesizer-and-my-wave-1#Item_966
  3. Hello all, I am building my MB6582 and I would like to use a single regulated 12VDC wall adapter. I already read different posts related to the MB6582 power supply options, but I am still in doubt... Question: can I directly use the 12VDC rail for the SIDs (6582) and a switching regulator to derive the +5V rail? I mean: any problem in terms of noise in referring both the rails to the same GND instead of superimposing the 9V to the 5V one? Thank you! Walter
  4. 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 sen
  5. Hey everyone! I have been working on my SID synthesizer for the past couple months. I have the Core and SID modules (that I got from SmashTV) assembled, and my parts for the minimal control surface finally came in the mail. I have attached images of the 2x20 LCD that I will be using. The problem I am having is that I do not know where to go to find documentation on how to wire this display up so that it will function with the rest of my modules. I bought it assuming that these universal displays have some sort of standardization. Given that you guys have set up an LCD display before what w
  6. Today I completed my base PCB for the MB 6582. I only have 8505 chips so I went with PSU option A. I tested the board voltages for the first time this afternoon and got proper readings for all the 5v pins on the SIDs, COREs, etc, but when I've tried testing for 9v (on J4 for example or J25) I don't get 9v. On J4 I just read 0v and on J25 I'll sometimes read around 5v (which drops down to 0 eventually). I don't have any chips placed in their sockets yet, but wanted to figure out why I'm not seeing 9v before placing them. Thanks!
  7. This the power supply for my AVR-Synth "WAVE 1". Link: Link: http://www.cczwei-forum.de/cc2/thread.php?postid=81115#post81115
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