Author Topic: Mysterioso buzzing in Reactive mode  (Read 132 times)

gordo

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Mysterioso buzzing in Reactive mode
« on: April 25, 2020, 09:13:53 AM »
My Mysterioso build sounds REALLY good.  By far the coolest 4049 build I've heard.  I have a fairly noticeable buzz when the bottom toggle is in REACT mode.  With the buffer in circuit it's dead quiet.  It's almost like I lose the ground but it's not that loud.  I'd almost expect it to be the other way around.

I guess I'd start with swapping out the 4049 but the fact that just putting a buffer in front of it has me a bit stumped.  This hasn't been boxed yet so not sure if the extra shielding will bring down the noise.
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Re: Mysterioso buzzing in Reactive mode
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2020, 09:37:48 AM »
Not sure what would cause that other than perhaps general noise from not being boxed, or possibly if you are using a breadboard to make connections while testing. Obviously the reactive mode input is completely passive so that should not be a source of noise. Maybe do some continuity checks on the actual DPDT switch itself and make sure the connections are solid in both modes.
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