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(16)Yes indeed… I neither meant to deepen these terms, though any focus is always welcome to, even if a bit hi-jacked from the initial topic.. Moreover, I own a
(4)Thanks for the quick reply Dieter. I know that randoms modules are very popular right now (Turing machine etc) so you'd certainly see decent sales! Regards,
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(6)Oops I hadn't gotten the reply from Dieter :) ________________________________ From: Doepfer_a100@yahoogroups.com on behalf of
(5)Thank you for the update sir, will sniff around the usual spots. also- ... important to have a consistent appearance over the years. Thank you for keeping your
(7)Thanks very much Florian, It had something to do with a 184-1 which made a bad contact I presume. I removed it and had my -12V again, strange thing is that I
(6)... yes, The internal Osc doesn't go low enough. The 143-9 ss is great for the low and subtle shifts. Very different from the crazy stuff it does. simple /easy
(5)Thank you very much for this precious advice! All the best...
(3)Hi, I've had mail problems at this end and may have lost any replies (apologies to anybody who responded). Could I request reposts, please? Best wishes. Tim
(7)As we sell our modules in the meantime in the usual way (manufacturer > distributor > dealer) it's impossible to offer the modules with or without knobs. The
(5)Understood! Thanks again, Neil Sent from my iPhone
(3)Hello Dieter, Thank you for your reply. Then I'll return this older version, besides the difference in jumpers the GAIN pots/knobs are also lower than the new
(11)Aaah I see… thanks for having clarified this aspect, I had been tracking the development of this module since ever, then missed to chase for few weeks… so
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