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Re: EPSm by Terje Finstad do you have his contact by anychance still?

acousticdivision
Mar 2
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Re: Cause of AC hum traced to EPS-16+ audio line out jacks First components I'd check would be power supply electrolytic filter capacitors. On Feb 20, 2015 9:44 PM, "GregCoben@... [Ensoniq-ASR10-EPS16]"

John Karns
Feb 20
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Cause of AC hum traced to EPS-16+ audio line out jacks Recently my rig has developed a noticeable AC hum, which I traced to my EPS-16+ using the usual fault isolation troubleshooting (e.g., swapping cables,

gregcoben
Feb 20
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Re: burnt display board? fried fuzes, bulging cap!! thanks my friend! Can't wait to get it going! I like reserrecting these old dinosaurs, just brought a casio fz 1 back to life, and (hopefully) an emax II (just

mojocoolio
Feb 10
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Re: burnt display board? fried fuzes, bulging cap!! ... 60/40 tin/lead is perfect. It should already be flux-cored but for rework stuff it's often handy to have some liquid flux and some solder braid handy.

gordonjcp
Feb 10
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Re: burnt display board? fried fuzes, bulging cap!! thanks again for your reply, will get some rosin, what kind do you recommend? I used 60/40 solder, is that sufficient?

mojocoolio
Feb 10
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Re: burnt display board? fried fuzes, bulging cap!! Yes it can the solder used on the eps is leaded use some flux flood the joint I use rosin which has a very good wetting makes the solder flow Just clean it

emma
Feb 9
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Re: burnt display board? fried fuzes, bulging cap!! thanks for the reply. It did look like the bulging cap was loose. The polarity was correct tho. The guys soldering job looked pretty bad, I redid it, and I

mojocoolio
Feb 9
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Re: burnt display board? fried fuzes, bulging cap!! On Sat, Feb 07, 2015 at 01:51:06AM -0800, coolscott_7@... [Ensoniq-ASR10-EPS16] wrote: A couple of things to bear in mind - electrolytics

gordonjcp
Feb 7
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Re: burnt display board? fried fuzes, bulging cap!! the dime burn marks on the screen are welding marks they are on all vfd screens even the new types by noritake have them if those 2 fuses blow it means if the

JAMIE logan
Feb 7
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burnt display board? fried fuzes, bulging cap!! Hi all! I just picked up an EPS classic for 50$. The guy told me the display went out, over time, and he still used it, because he memorized the system, but

mojocoolio
Feb 7
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remove me ... check the edit seq settings there is a setting where you could set it either to midi or internal, dont remember the exactly name but look in edit seq

loukmd
Jan 30
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My old SCSI drive FOUND!! I thought I left my old external scsi drive at a gig and it was gone forever. I actually found it in the attic with some other stuff I thought was gone. Of

cooter3@swbell.net
Jan 19
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Re: internal ide to cf adapter installation help needed Sent from my iPhone

Chico Jackson
Jan 19
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Re: internal ide to cf adapter installation help needed ... I can say YES I tested fully with the 16-Plus, ASR-10 and ASR-X. But on the EPS/ASR-10 it's not working hotswap. If you take out the card and reinsert it,

Garth Hjelte
Jan 18
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