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AnalogDelay-AD3208.pdf
AxisFuzz.pdffuzz.sch-1 - Tue Mar 28 23:39:38 2000
Boss-AD5.pdf
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Boss-DR110.pdf*----====----====----====----====----* Roland Boss DR-110 Dr Rhythm Graphic SERVICE MANUAL DOCUMENTS <------------------------------------> From the DR-110 Information Homepage @ http://members.aol.com/leviathant/dr110.html Since you've taken the time to read this, I'd much appreciate it that if you do some kind of nifty (or even minimal) modification to the DR-110, please email me and let me know what you've done, and if you'd be so kind to provide schemes and/or instructions as a sort of 'thanks for letting me have the DR-110 schemes Matt' kind of gesture. Please send em to [email protected] and let me know if you would mind if I posted them publicly on the same web site that these schemes are available from. Enjoy, happy modding! Oh, here's the parts list, painstakingly hand typed by myself. IC_____________________15179122 HD44790a44P 2k x 4bit CMOS CPU with LCD driver 15179305 (mu)PD444C 1k x 4bit static RAM 15159140h0 HD14006BP 18-bit static shift register 15159104h0 HD14011BP qua
Boss-DR55.pdfFEB. 21,1980 1 RS FLIP FLOP (2/4 IC3) (a) PLAY Mode When the START switch S5 is turned ON, the Q cutput goes to H and triggers the Clock Generator (2). Mhen the STOP switch S6 is turned ON, the Q output goes to L and the Clock Generator stops oscillation. At this time, the Q output goes to H and resets the Binary Counter (5) (b) WRITE Mode The Q output goes to H when S5 is turned ON, and goes to L when S6 turned ON. This condition is written in the Memory IC1 as a data. 2 CLOCK GENERATOR (2/4 IC3) This the is The frequency of this oscillator is controlled with TEMPO VR-5. oscillator functions in PLAY mode only, and feeds clock pulses to Counter (5) 3 SCHIMITT TRIGGER (Q15, 17, 18) This circuit functions in WRITE mode only. The collector of Ql5 goes H when either the START switch S5 or the STOP switch S6 is turned ON, and goes to L when the switch set to ON is turned OFF. 4 DELAY CIRCUIT (Q16) The output from the Schmitt circuit (3) is intergrated, and fed to the base of Q16. Then
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Boss-ME30multieff.pdfAug, 1997 ME-30 ME-30 GUITAR MULTIPLE EFFECTS TABLE OF CONTENTS Issued by RJA Page SPECIFICATIONS·············································································································2 LOCATION OF CONTROLS ································································································3 EXPLODED VIEW·············································································································5 PARTS LIST ····················································································································6 LOADING FACTORY PRESET DATA ·····················································································7 TEST MODE ·············································································································7 ~ 12 IC DATA ························································································································13 BLOCK DIAGRAM ······························
Boss-OS2notes.txtNotes on Boss OS-2 schematic ---------------------------- 2nd edition: 7/12/2002 Some errors are corrected; you'll find that the new schematic has some components that have a curved line drawn around them and a triangle with a "2". These are components that were wrongly named and/or valued up until this edition (Probably by copy/paste- and typing mistakes). Changes: OLD -> NEW --------------------------- * R48/100k -> R17-100R * C13/47n -> C29/10n * R50/56k -> R43/1M * C32 -> C31 * C15 -> C14 * C20/10n -> 100n * R29/4k1 -> 4M1 * C8/20p -> 820p I'm really very sorry if any of you have encountered problems due to my typo's. If there are any more comments feel free to send me an e-mail. =============================================== 1st edition: 30/12/2001 Text on my circuit board contains error !!!: 2 transistors are labeled Q6! I renamed the JFET to Q8 (as this number wasn't used). This erro
Boss-TR2.pdfINPUT JK2 SG-7713 IC1A M5207L01 4 6 2 3 1 C4 10µ/16V + IC1B M5207L01 C6 R9 10µ/16V 10k + 10 7 8 5 9 2 3 1 C7 10pF R12 22k C5 1µF/50V + Q3 2SK118Y R7 1M D3 155133 P8 P7 R15 10k Q4 25K1845R C8 0.047µF R15 1M R11 10k C1 0.027µF R2 100k Q1 2SK118Y C1 1µF/50V + R5 1M R3 330k Q2 2SC2458GR C2 10µF/16V + R5 10k R1 1k R4 100k OUTPUT JK3 SG-7615 TR-2 TREMOLO PCB ASSY 70901390 WAVE VR1 100kA 2 1 3 1 2 3 45 F3 IC2A M5216AL D2 155133 RATE VR2 100kB 2 1 3 VR BOARD2 DEPTH VR3 100kB 2 1 3 VR BOARD1 F4 1 2 3 R17 D5 1.2k MTZ5.6B P2 CHECK 1 2 3 4 5 F1 FLAT-5P R37 47k R20 10k R34 10k R36 330k R45 100k 6 5 R39 100k C25 47µF/6.3V IC4B M5281AL C18 0.011µF R31 56k C20 C21 1µF/50V 1µF/50V + + 7 2 3 IC4A M5281AL R29 33k 1 R38 12k F2 FLAT-3P 1 2 3 R27 1.5k R19 10k R21 10k 2 3 IC3A M5281AL 6 5 1 R32 15k + R28 10k IC3B M5281AL C11 10µF/16V R8 100k C4 0.1µF R10 1M R23 56k R22 1M Q5 C12 0.047µF P3 D6 LN-28RP R44 100k C23 470pF 2SC2458GR R33 100k C17 470pF 2SC2458GR R25 56k R24 1M Q7 C13 0.047µ
Carvin-PB100_200reverb.pdfC9 .047 R1 47K C12 56pF C8 .01 +15VDC 6 +15VDC 5 + 200 EQ IN C50 .01 C49 .01 +15VDC + +15VDC 4 + C39 470 C44 .01 -15VDC 4 + -15VDC 5 B26 10 B4 C19 80Hz OP1.A + .022 R83 15K !- +15VDC R64 10 B16 TREBLE BOOST S3.A C10 .01 PASSIVE J1 R23 150K ACTIVE J2 R24 10K PB100 INPUT J3 Input sensivity 1K w/ 4 load = 165mV R20 22K R17 22K R21 22K R22 22K 10K R19 33K .1 C1 82pF R5 150K S2.A S2.B R16 R2 22K R3 470K C14 !A1.A + R4 220K GATE SENS C32 R9 100K R7 47K R60 C2 .01 cw 560pF R70 6.8K R61 3.3K R39 C33 .0033 R45 22K 47K !A3.B + FREQ P5 B50K R41 12K R40 D10 47K -15VDC A1 BYPASS C45 .01 POWER -15VDC 5 C16 .01 C17 .01 -15VDC 3 A6 BYPASS (R11: 47K PB200 Only) R11 C28 .022 100K R10 22K C27 .068 200 EQ OUT !A2.B + (PB100) P6 LEVEL C3 .033 COMP SENS cw 3.3K HI P1 B50K C6 B50K LOW BOOST MID SHIFT S1.A C4 10 C38 470 + C5 .047 MID SWEEP cw B18 R63 H1-1 H1-2 H1-3 H1-4 +15VDC GND -15VDC SIG IN !- R15 6.8K 330pF !A2.A + + A1.B + C7 10 R13 10K cw P2 R14 R8 10K 1.0M !A3.A + C25 .
Carvin-PB200Ireverb.pdfC47 22 µ R186 10K smt 1/4w C52 330pF R187 N/U V+ Diode 1N914 SMT D8 D9 Diode 1N914 SMT Q21 5401PNP EFF RTN EFF SND SPKR 1 SPKR 1 OUTPUT GND OUTPUT GND INV IN POS IN OUTPUT 2 OUTPUT2 H3A.A H3A-2 H3A-3 H3A-4 H3A-5 H3A-6 H3A-7 H3A-8 H3A-9 H3A-10 +15V 7812 INV IN R136 1k R150 1k R137 220 E24 0.047µF 250 VAC QC3 C33 QC2 + QC4 L PL1 F1 SWITCH TRANS. BLK. SWITCH R91 4.7k 0.047µF Film SMTX C91 22 µ F C55 + 22 µ F Q18 5401 R108 47K TIP142 E25 E26 E N QC6 QC1 EARTH GND. GRN. TRANS. WHT. V- 0 smt 1/4w 270 smt 1/4w680 smt 1/4w R151 C31 Q25 R152 Q16 5401PNP Q17 5401PNP H1B.A H1B.B C92 220pF -15V 7912 Q26 C93 .01 C94 1000 + R127 .33 OUTPUT1 R42 22 1W1% J3 R96 C56 47k 100K smt 1/4w 22 H1B.C SIG IN H1B.D + R138 R135 100K smt 1/4w R98 2.2K smt 1/4w R156 R192 47k R128 R155 2.2K smt 1/4w .33 Q24 R139 E27 10k EFFECTS RETURN Q27 C95 .01 C96 1000 INV IN C65 .01 µ F 47K smt 1/4w R166 EFF RTN EFF SND SPKR 1 SPKR 1 OUTPUT GND H3B.A H3B.B H3B.C H3B.D H3B.E H3B.F H3B
Dod -201phase.pdfDOD Phasor 201 100k 10k 8 13 14 10k 10k 10k 10k bypass / effect +9 1/4 MC3403P 11 9 4 2 12 .047 uf 1/4 MC3403P 10k .047 uf .047 uf 10k 10k 2N5953 1/4 MC3403P 1 10 3 470k .01 uf .01 uf 10k 180k 10k 180k 470k .01 uf 2N5953 9v +9 6 10k .01 uf 1/4 MC3403P 5 7 10k bias trim 470k .05 uf 470k 100k 180k 1N5230 22 uf 6.3v 470k 180k 3.3 uf 3m3 180k 4k7 ampage speed 500k http://ampage.org/
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Dod-Fx64IceBox chorus.pdfREV DESCRIPTION BY ECN# DATE REV DESCRIPTION BY ECN# DATE A0 RELEASE TO PRODUCTION TNB 1.31.96 A1 CHANGE C13 62-3084 330PF AXIAL TO 62-0006 330PF RADIAL TNB 851 4/9/96 A2 CHANGE POWER JACKS TO 322112 RB 868 04.04.96 |LINK |050064A2.001 DOD Electronics Corp. 8760 South Sandy Parkway Sandy, Utah 84070 Title FX64 ICE BOX 80-1064 Size B Date: Document Number 050064A2.000 Thursday, December 16, 1999 Sheet 0 of 1 Rev A2 15PJD1 C38 R25 150K +9V INPUT 1 H1A HDR321101 GROUND 4 V BIAS 2 H1B HDR321101 POWER 3 H1C HDR321101 D5 1N4001 J1 J322112 2 3 1 +9V C34 47ME1 R14 4.7K V BIAS R13 4.7K C33 47ME1 V BIAS V BIAS V BIAS R1 1K C1 .047MA3 R61 150K 8 6 5 U7B 4558 7 C3 C2 1M50E1 .0068J R4 220K V BIAS R6 47K 100PMD1 C4 R7 47K R9 10K .0010J C6 +9V 2 3 4558 1 U7A R8 100K C7 220PMD .033J C5 R10 10K V BIAS R22 1M Q2 2N4124 C8 10ME1 R12 47K R16 22K C9 100PMD1 R15 22K 4558 1 3 R17 22K V BIAS R64 22K U1A R18 1M R19 100 H1D HDR321101 C10 1M50E1 OUTPUT 4 R5 10K 2 R2 1M 4 R11 10K
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Dod-Fx75Flanger.pdfNON-POLARIZED 15 UF Q1 J111 1N4001 22K 47 UF 100K Q2 2N5089 100K 22K 10K (*) PLUGGING INTO THE INPUT JACK CREATES THE CIRCUIT GROUND. VCC + 9Vdc 0.0023 150K 100K VCC IN (*) 470K 3 0.01 10UF 62K 22K 1 2 TL022C 4 47K 2N4124 1N4148 33K REGENERATION 500K OUT 7 6 1 UF 100K 1K TL022C 10K 0.0063 47K 120PF 10K U1B Q6 OUT 7 6 1 UF 100K 4.7K TL022C 47K 0.047 120PF A COMMON POINT (OR JUNCTION) IS ILLUSTRATED BY >> WHEN THIS IS NOT SEEN, WIRES WHICH CROSS OVER EACH OTHER ON THIS SCHEMATIC ARE "NOT" CONNECTED. 2N5089 10K 1M CD4007 DUAL COMPLEMENTARY PAIR WITH INVERTER; (RCA) MN3101/MN3007 MANF. PANASONIC; THESE ARE EQUIVALENT TO ECG1639/ECG1641 RESPECTFULLY. MOMENTARY SWITCH USED TO ENGAGE EFFECT Title DOD FX75 FLANGER (10-15-84) Size Document Number B DRAWN BY: FABIAN P. HARTERY Date: November 20, 1994 Sheet 1 of REV 1 1 5 100K 47K 1N4148 0.047 1M 9 12 11 7 8 13 14 4 5 1 2 U6 3SN 3Y 3A 3SP VSS 2DN 2A 2DP VDD 1SN 1DN 1A 1DP 1SP CD4007 3 10 1M 6 PARTS DESCRIPTION: TL022C LOW POWER DUAL OPAMP; (TEXAS
Dod-Fx96Echo.pdfR52 INPUT C1 .047MD7 1 HDR321101 10K-7 1 +9V 2 Q1 J201 3 R3 47K-7 C3 220PKD7 C6 .0068J +9V R7 27K-7 R8 27K-7 R9 27K-7 8 5 6 U1B 7 R10 22K-7 R11 22K-7 C9 10ME1 C13 .10KD7 TP1 C10 1M50E1 C11 120PJD7 TESTP R51 VBIAS 150K-7 7 U4 IN CLK1 CLK2 VGG VDD GND MN3005 O1 O2 3 4 R5 47K-7 6 2 8 5 1 H1A C41 C44 .0015J R1 1M-7 VBIAS R2 10K-7 .0068J C2 10K-7 R4 5 6 7 U2A INV R3 OUT THD DG RIN RC GND 2 3 U1A 1 R6 10K-7 C5 .0022J .22LLME1 8 3 2 1 4 VBIAS C42 NJM4560/SM 4 NJM4560/SM C7 470PMD1 C4 1M50E1 470PMD1 R15 22K-7 C16 .015J R17 10K-7 J201 Q2 2 3 3 1 "DRY/TAPE" (MIX) P4 100K402141 1 NE570 C12 .47 T1 C14 4.7ME1 4 2 CK2 CK1 8 VGG R12 15K-7 GND VDD R16 4.7K-7 OUTPUT C8 .22LLM50E1 U5 MN3101 X3 X2 X1 5 6 7 1 3 VBIAS 4 H1E 5 R13 1K-7 C15 1M50E1 1 U3A 2 3 R18 4.7K-7 2 R19 10K-7 D3 1N4148R "TAPE QUALITY" (DELAY TONE) R20 10K-7 1 R21 10K-7 5 7 6 2 P1 100K402141 3 C18 .068J NJM4560/SM 1 U3B 3 2 "SLAP" (REGENERATION) R23 22K-7 C19 25PJD1 P3 500K402142 R24 220K-7 2 +9V 8
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ElectroHarmonix-BassMicroSynth.pdf+V C5 0.0018 R15 +V 8 A2A A2B 5 7 6 RC4558 4 D2 1N914 2 6 7 5 A3B RC4558 C12 0.47 TANT. C13 OCTAVE 100K LIN R28 4 R29 8.2K 4 A4A 1 3 RC4558 8 +V D3 7 6 8 RC4558 3 1 2 PEAK FOLLOWER R41 220 SQUARE WAVE MODULATOR -V A6B Q1 5 7 6 2N5087 RC4558 0 TO -7V DEPENDING ON SIGNAL D11 1N914 R38 22K 7 R40 6.8K 1 2 5 13K 3 6 7 TO ADAPTIVE SCHMITT TRIGGER TO VCA SWEEP GENERATOR TO VCF SWEEP GENERATOR TO SUB-OCTAVE TRACK & HOLD MODULATOR (A18) & OUTPUT 4 5 TO VCF (A10) ELECTRO HARMONIX DESIGNED BY: D.COCKERELL REVISION: 12/12/78 D9 1N914 C16 4.7 R39 120K D8 1N914 D10 1N914 6 HIGH ON SILENCE R42 820K RC4558 R43 1K 4 -V R45 470 ATTACK DETECTOR NORMALLY -8V PULSES HIGH ON ATTACK R44 330K 5 7 6 7 A7B RC4558 A5A SQUELCH SMALL SIGNAL DETECTOR +V 1N914 -V +V R32 390K -V R30 2.2K R25 22K C11 1.0 -V TANT. TRIGGER R31 100K LIN 4 2 3 R33 330 A7A RC4558 0.082 R27 4.7K GUITAR R6 100K LIN D1 R5 13K 1N914 8 +V PREAMP GAIN R3 10K R4 470 RC4558 0.47 TANT. C1 0.1 C2 0.022 C3 0.0022 10K 10K 7.5K R10 2 3 RC4558 R12 C4
ElectroHarmonix-Microsynth.pdf+V C5 0.0018 R15 +V 8 A2A A2B 5 7 6 RC4558 4 D2 1N914 2 6 7 5 A3B RC4558 C12 0.47 TANT. C13 OCTAVE 100K LIN R28 4 R29 8.2K 4 A4A 1 3 RC4558 8 +V D3 7 6 8 RC4558 3 1 2 PEAK FOLLOWER R41 220 SQUARE WAVE MODULATOR -V A6B Q1 5 7 6 2N5087 RC4558 0 TO -7V DEPENDING ON SIGNAL D11 1N914 R38 22K 7 R40 6.8K 1 2 5 13K 3 6 7 TO ADAPTIVE SCHMITT TRIGGER TO VCA SWEEP GENERATOR TO VCF SWEEP GENERATOR TO SUB-OCTAVE TRACK & HOLD MODULATOR (A18) & OUTPUT 4 5 TO VCF (A10) ELECTRO HARMONIX DESIGNED BY: D.COCKERELL REVISION: 12/12/78 D9 1N914 C16 4.7 R39 120K D8 1N914 D10 1N914 6 HIGH ON SILENCE R42 820K RC4558 R43 1K 4 -V R45 470 ATTACK DETECTOR NORMALLY -8V PULSES HIGH ON ATTACK R44 330K 5 7 6 7 A7B RC4558 A5A SQUELCH SMALL SIGNAL DETECTOR +V 1N914 -V +V R32 390K -V R30 2.2K R25 22K C11 1.0 -V TANT. TRIGGER R31 100K LIN 4 2 3 R33 330 A7A RC4558 0.082 R27 4.7K GUITAR R6 100K LIN D1 R5 13K 1N914 8 +V PREAMP GAIN R3 10K R4 470 RC4558 0.47 TANT. C1 0.1 C2 0.022 C3 0.0022 10K 10K 7.5K R10 2 3 RC4558 R12 C4
Eti-Octfuzz.pdfGuitar Effects Unit (Octaver-Fuzz) extracted from ETI-Canada, January 1980 +9v 10k 10k 10k + 6.8k 10k - D1 a 100k D2 10k +9v + 1.0uf 680k 560pf Q1 1M + b 1k -9v + IN 1.0uf 270ohms 8.2k 39k Fuzz Struzz S3 1k 820 ohms S2 OUT -9v 9v + On S1 Off 9v + +9v Q1 is MPS6515 DI and D2 are 1N4148 The IC is any lownoise dual op-amp, shown is the 4558. Switching could be improved with a full bypass mod. The GEU is good sounding octave fuzz, with an optional mode of just fuzz. The fuzz is a fully rectified signal and is quite chewy. For some the Fuzz alone might not be loud enough, this can be fixed by raising the value of the 820 ohm resistor and lowering the 39k one. Or one could just replace both with a normal volume pot for a more standard approach. The "struzz" is the fuzz with an octave higher signal mixed in. Good for singal notes and leads.
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HughesKettner-ClubReverb.pdfGD/ 08.11. 99 SERVICE DOCUMENTATION Club Reverb GD/ 08.11. 99 Inhaltsverzeichnis/ Contents 1 Schaltpläne/ schematic diagrams 2 Bestückungspläne/ component parts 3 Explosionszeichnung/ explosion drawings 4 Bestellnummern/ order no. 5 Bestellinformationen/ ordering informations 6 Technische Daten/ technical data GD/ 08.11. 99 1 Schaltpläne/ schematics GD/ 08.11. 99 2 Bestückungspläne/ component parts GD/ 08.11. 99 3 Explosionszeichnung/ explosion drawings E 958096 E 958095 E 948002 E 948024 E 948025 E 970025 1 0 0 /1 1 7 V 230 V 230V 117V 100V E 952014 E 968001 E952041 E 980101 E 544012 E 966010 E 966037 E 952038 E 970310 N am e D a tu m E 950029 E 950006 1 0 0 /1 1 7 V 230V E 959001 S ie b d ru c k lo g o K e in e F a rb e D ru c k e B e z e ic h n u n g K e in e O b e rflä c h e M u s ic & S a le s 2 0 .1 1 .9 9 C lu b - R e v e r b C h a s s is C lu b - R e v e r b C h a s s is 1 0 0 /1 1 7 V E 5 0 2 0 0 5 230V E502006 E 976073 E 974188 E 400067 E 97
HughesKettner-TubemanII.pdfGD/ 18.11. 99 SERVICE DOCUMENTATION Tubeman II GD/ 18.11. 99 Inhaltsverzeichnis/ Contents 1 Schaltpläne/ schematic diagrams 2 Bestückungspläne/ component parts 3 Bestellnummern/ order no. 4 Bestellinformationen/ ordering informations 5 Technische Daten/ technical data GD/ 18.11. 99 1 Schaltpläne/ schematics GD/ 18.11. 99 2 Bestückungspläne/ component parts GD/ 18.11. 99 3 no. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 Bestellnummern/ order no. Tubeman II schematic position AC power pack AC power pack AC power pack AC power pack transformer 1 P1 (CH1 vol) P2 (CH2 gain) P3 (CH2 vol) P4 (CH3 gain) P5 (CH3 voicing) P6 (CH3 vol) P7 (bass) P8 (mid) P9 (treble) P10 (master vol) D16- D19, D20- D22 T1 T2 T3 IC 1 IC 2 IC 3 IC 4 IC 5 IC 6 IC 7 C63- C65 Rel1- Rel2 tube 1 tube socket J1- J4 (input/ output) J6 (ac) enclosure profile enclosure front enclosure sides enclosure pane screws pane screws side
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