Author Topic: Harbinger One Slower Speed Mod?  (Read 49 times)

thrillhouse

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Harbinger One Slower Speed Mod?
« on: July 07, 2018, 08:51:17 AM »
Hey there everyone, had a quick question about the LFO speed on the harbinger. Iíve seen people asking how to increase the top speed of the LFO but are there any mods that can be done to get a slower bottom speed? After finally getting my previous lamp kinks out, Iíve been tweaking the gain and offsets for the lamp but it still feels like the lowest speed setting is just moving a little too fast. I know that there are limits to how slow or fast an oscillator circuit can push before it stalls out but theoretically could something like slightly increasing the cap values of C23-25 help give the LFO a slower base speed? Iím still at the very beginning of my learning with a lot of this stuff so any edumacation you guys can throw my way would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!!!

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Re: Harbinger One Slower Speed Mod?
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2018, 10:11:35 AM »
That NP cap value is the ticket. I think you would raise the non-polarized capacitor value to get slower charge/discharge times to lower the rate. Don't know exactly but I would just socket it and try.
« Last Edit: July 07, 2018, 10:16:15 AM by blearyeyes »
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