Monday, 21 April 2014

Arbiter Treble & Bass Face



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    1. Only one i could find with original unit :)
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  2. i'm working on veroboard for first time and i made a huge mistake: i did the whole work "mirrored", i mean, the components are all in the same position, also the jumpers, and everything; but mirrored (as if this view of the components side, were the copper side view...).
    my understanding tells me than there is no problem, but i`m a beginner and im afraid, hehe.
    is there any problem???
    ah, i`m building the meathead and sorry for my terrible english, i usually speak spanish

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    1. You're not the first to do that and you won't be the last so don't worry. As long as its a transistor circuit, there's no problem it should still work. The problem arises when you do it with an IC build which can't be mirrored due to different pins on different sides.

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    2. Great. Thank you man, congrats for your great work...

      Alexis Ocampo from Argentina (logged in my bro's google account...)

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  3. Built one, but swapped Bass 1 with Bass 3 and Plus 1 with Plus 3 to have an increase of bass and volume when turning the pots clockwise. A 10K log might better for Plus. Anyway, this one is verified.

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    1. Sorry missed this, thanks for verifying :o)

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    2. Swapped the Bass labels , but for plus... The lug 1 goes to ground, so swapping those would definitely mean that the sweep is in reverse. Are you sure about the lug numbering?
      Here's the convention we use...
      http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-Eu1vuXVH3UM/TzGNIkeLuAI/AAAAAAAAAlM/h7re0CGH6A8/s1600/Pot20numbering.jpg
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    3. Sorry, just checked again. The plus was a mistake in my build.

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