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ok ive wired it all up in the enclosure and its the same thing, it only happens once i place in the opamp but both leds light up on and off as i touch it or move the board/wiring

ok ill try that out

General Questions / Re: aion titan not working
« on: January 10, 2017, 06:43:36 PM »
Also, did you try it directly connected to the jacks (with no 3pdt)?

I haven't wired bypass wiring yet and i also haven't hooked up the input-output jacks because of how far off the voltages are     I tried it without the switch and it was the exact same thing   someone said they think its a ground issue because the voltages are so close yo the supply voltage   I cant put my finger on it tho as I'm just powering it directly thru the correct pads  :o

General Questions / Re: aion titan not working
« on: January 10, 2017, 12:03:59 PM »
my current voltages are '
1-7.94 2-7.96 3-7.99 4-8.23 5-7.95 6-7.76 7-7.73 8-8.12  with no charge pump,

I was using a faulty alligator clip jumper wire my voltages are now on the high end with the same battery     I've put a new toggle switch on anyway and also tried using other ic's

General Questions / aion titan not working
« on: January 10, 2017, 11:59:44 AM »
ok so my voltages with no charge pump and ic in is
1-1.4 2-1.4 3-1.3 4- 0 5- .9 6- 1.3 7- 1.3 8- 2

with no ic's
socket ic1   1- 0 2- 0 3-1 4- 0 5- 2 6- 1 7- 1 8- 4.5

the 9/18v connection is on a switch   how I wired the switch was the bottom two squares go to lug 2 and top left square go to lug 1 and top right square goes to lug 3

I got these numbers with an 8v battery supplying power and I've also checked for shorts and bridges

Tech Help - Projects Page / turnabout
« on: January 06, 2017, 04:22:07 AM »
ok, so the LEDs on my madbean turn about keeps flashing on and off, when I touch pin three to take voltages they glow constantly as well all I have hooked up are the pots and the clipping switch.  I also put resistor 8 on a switch so it goes between 470ohms and 1k8 

my voltages from an 8.26 battery

1-4.3(sometimes it reads 1.45?)
3-3.69( they didn't glow this time?)

opamp voltages are all at half voltage, as expected  but as I touch the PCB it starts to glow on and off, I've built tons that work but I have two of them now doing this(all turnabouts)      the only mod I've done was resistor 8 on a switch (470 ohm and 1.8k)  wanted to see if it would have the same effect as the OCD hp lp switch as its basically the same idea, figured it was worth a try lol

Tech Help - Etcher's Paradise / Re: turnabout pin 1/2 voltages are off
« on: January 01, 2017, 12:51:37 PM »
lol I figured out what it was, I hadn't soldered the pots onto the board yet   the second I did all my voltages became normal  ;D

Tech Help - Etcher's Paradise / Re: turnabout pin 1/2 voltages are off
« on: December 29, 2016, 01:58:28 PM »
substitution's 470-ohm resistor on a switch with a 1k as the second option. it may not work but I figured I'd try what the ocd does for the hp/lp ish seeing as how the AT is a cross of a blues breaker and an ocd with some added goodies

220nf cap on a switch with a 100nf so I can reduce some bass if needed, again I may have selected a bad place to accomplish reduced bass

120k/27k in parallel for the 22k resistors because I don't have any in stock currently

and finally the second 100pf cap in the schematic has been changed to a 67.3pf cap for a little-added brightness

excuse any ignorance on my behalf lol

Tech Help - Etcher's Paradise / Re: turnabout pin 1/2 voltages are off
« on: December 29, 2016, 01:51:29 PM »

Tech Help - Etcher's Paradise / turnabout pin 1/2 voltages are off
« on: December 29, 2016, 01:35:24 PM »
ok so my voltages are normal on all the other pins except pin 1 which is 1.4v and pin 2 starts at 3.6v and drops down to 2.6 as I hold my probe to it (7.9v battery supply)

ill post some pictures asap, I've reflowed the solder and checked for any bridges as well as swapping out opamps

Tech Help - Projects Page / Re: GPCB colorsound OD issue, gated sound
« on: September 01, 2016, 03:22:20 PM »

the schematic is right in there, I'll try the cap 10 idea and I'll also check all of my resistor values are q3 as suggested

Tech Help - Projects Page / GPCB colorsound OD issue, gated sound
« on: August 30, 2016, 09:12:58 AM »
Ok so I've finished the pedal but the sound is really gated. I used micro electronics bc109 transistors and I did check the pin outs before installing them( I have no sockets left right now)

Could someone please verify if that's the issue.  Voltages are Q1 E.58 B 1.0 C 1.6. Q2 E1.0 B 1.7 C 5.8.  Q3 E .6 B 1.2 C7.5

works perfect!

ok im taking the bypass wiring off and ill test it with just the inputjacks and dc jack  ill let you guys know what happens. its probably the bypass wiring, should have tested it that way in the first place!

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