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>on 5/24/2002 8:58 PM, just john at email@example.com wrote:
>>> I am looking for schematics for the delta labs effectron I & II adm
>>> one works and the other doesn't so I need to get it fixed
>>> any help will be appreciated
>> Crikey! I have an Effectron II, and the documentation may have just
>> you need! And I may have the documentation, somewhere!
>> Estimated time needed to locate it: Several days.
>> But I'll give it a shot.
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>I thought it was CriMey!
That's the river, as in: Crimey, a river ...
>the one that is broken is the effectron I but anything will help
>send it whenever you can
I'm completely flabbergasted that I found the Effectron II documentation!
It was in the same storage bin as the documentation for my Casio KX-101 and
other bits ot 80s memorabilia.
Anyway, what I have is the "Owner's Manual ADM 256/ADM 1024." It doesn't
have any genuine schematics in it. The closest it comes is what they call
a Block Diagram, which looks like somebody used an electronics template --
y'know, squiggly lines with a branch line to indicate a potentiometer's
function, boxes for LFOs and VCOs -- to describe the signal flow.
The difference between this graphic and what I'd call a schematic is that
it doesn't have part numbers or specifications. For instance, the
potentiometer functions it mentions don't mention ohms. No voltages are
It's a weird document, and I'm guessing it's not what you need, 'cuz
anybody used to using the box already knows the processing flow.
Here's the sort of document I suspect you want:
http://www.loopers-delight.com/tools/deltalabs/echotron.jpg (for a
different device) What I have is so high-level that the digital/audio
conversion is represented as a small box with "D/A" in it.
So, d'ya think it's worth my time to (finally) unpack my scanner and set it
up and scan it?
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