[sdiy] pt2399/rebote2.5 delay question
tom at electricdruid.net
Thu Sep 13 13:41:48 CEST 2007
Perhaps you could try this:
I've also used an Analog Devices tool which was good.
Hope this helps,
On 13 Sep 2007, at 11:15, Derek Holzer wrote:
> Hi again,
> I looked through one of my op-amp books (Jung : Op Amp Applications
> Handbook) and discovered that the type of low pass filter is a
> "multiple feedback" one. What followed was a huge pile of Greek
> letters and Arabic formulas that didn't do me a lot of good (I'm a
> bit mathematically dyslexic...). But at least I know what it's
> called now ;-)
> Tom Bugs suggested:
>> I think that it may be 1/(pi x R x C)
>> & I reckon you need to look most at the RC networks around the
>> Delay Out label at the base of the Rebote2.5 schem (so probably
>> you mainly want to look around pins 13/14) --- 12k / 10n gives me
>> 3kHz if I'm on the right track.. Halving 12k to 6k (just for
>> calculation's sake) would raise that to 6kHz
> I'll try it, but it doesn't seem to fit with my understanding of
> the multiple feedback construction where pairs of resistor and cap
> values are changed together (this according to Lancaster's Active
> Filter Cookbook, which does a great job of explaining in simple
> terms how to adjust every kind of active filter *except* a multiple
> feedback low pass!).
> I wonder, is there any kind of software for calculating component
> values in common circuits like this? Preferably something free or
> an online Java applet or something.
> Thanks and best,
> Derek Holzer wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm working on a project with the Tonepad Rebote2.5 delay, based
>> on the PT2399 chip. The idea is to do a complex delay network
>> where the signal gets bounced around between different delay
>> lines. But now that I've listened to it a bit more, I realized
>> that the low pass filter is too aggressive. I'm losing too much
>> signal on each pass of the delay.
>> I'm guessing the main place to look is in the caps bridging pins
>> 13/14 and 15/16. These are the bridges from the output of the LPF
>> op amps back to the negative inputs of those same op amps in the
>> delay chip itself. I might try throwing some different values in
>> there, but of course this is also tied to the resistor values.
>> Is there a standard formula for computing the LPF cutoff frequency
>> in this situation? The configuration appears to be an inverting op
>> amp, and the spec sheet gives no info about setting cutoff
>> Here is the spec:
>> downloadfile.asp?mydownload=pt2399_1.pdf and here is the plan of
>> the Rebote2.5:
>> Thanks much!
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