Cool stuff. In the process of mapping out the pinout.
Thanks to Steve Butterworth we have a picture of the console where these oddball modules used to live. Unfortunately we have no idea where that console is today, and I fear it was scrapped a long time ago. This project has kind of been placed on the back burner, if we can’t figure anything cool […]
We just received our vintage API 515 module and we cant wait to get started on it. We don’t have a pinout or schematic for it, so this will require more poking around than usual. More to come on this one. Stay tuned!
We reached out to Geoff to see if he could recollect any information about these oddball modules and this is what he had to say… “Rare as mermaid’s tears and the first time I have seen the module, the PCB and the transformer. I’m not sure what you want to do with them. The B107 […]
This is an interesting little board we pulled from one of our Neve 1865 echo return modules. The function of these emitter follower boards is interesting and I have attached an excerpt to explain how they work below. How they work… The circuit can be explained by viewing the transistor as being under the control […]
These vintage Neve 10 series echo return modules are currently on their way to the Kroeger Music tech shop. 2 of the units will be sold for parts, while the other 2 will either be turned into a line amp or mic pre integrated into one of our white oak lunch boxes. Stay tuned for […]
We recently had a client request work to be down on a pair of Teac AR-9C’s. At this point, we think only one of them will be able to be saved and we’re happy to report that its working well! The second will serve as a great parts unit. We’re still going through the unit, calibrating […]