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Re: Jayrope: Old but New -> Jamman outdoors: help on schematics
good question jayrope,i hope you get some real
advice.here's something i was thinking=12 volt dc
battery-110(or whatever is the euro equivalent)then
plug in your 9v wall wort into the converter.
plug in a power-strip and run a lot more than a
i play outdoors a lot but I'm limited to a dl4 and
a micro cube because i don't want to lug around a big
battery along with my current gear.it gets a bit heavy
pedaling up steep hills!
hope ya get some tech info,
--- jayrope <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Due to some spam problem a while ago I guess I fell
> off this list.
> In any case my name's jayrope and I am a looper from
> berlin, working with a
> lexicon jamman still aswell as an electrix repeater.
> Anyone interested in soundfiles, please check out
> the links below.
> My question of today is:
> Is there any way to get a hold of schematics for the
> jamman/lexicon? I want
> to modify my jamman to be powered by an external 12
> volt DC lead battery to
> be able to play outdoors. I know that it is possible
> to simply use a
> dc-to-ac 12V to 9V convertor, but that=B9s not what
> I want to do.
> Any ideas fro schemATics or is there anyone on the
> list, WHO TRIED SUCH
> MODIFICATION BEFORE AND COULD GIVE ME SOME HELP ON
> Oops, sorry for screaming 8)
> Thanx very much in advance, any answers are
> Offlist replies are welcomed aswell, as you prefer,
> Happy looping, kids.
> best greets from berlin!
> random love songs:
> all other trash:
> my answer might (not) be on time due to (persistent)
> rare presence of a(n)
> (im)permanent internet connection(breakup).
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