[sdiy] Wanted Moog Prodigy schematics of first version
Florian.Anwander at consol.de
Thu Sep 20 12:16:05 CEST 2007
The service desciption is complete, but the partnumbers of first and
secondseries are different. Example Exponentiator of old version uses
Q1, Q2, Q3; new version uses Q2,Q3,Q5.
The schematics in this file shows only the second version. And I assume,
that they did not change the numbering for fun, but really changed the
schematics. So it is not really useful for someone with a first version.
Bob Weigel wrote:
> The highlander one pointed to from sounddoctorin.com/synthtec page says
> it's complete and for versions below that SN when I read the opening
> thing. It has a schematic in there and a bunch of pages starting with
> circuit descriptions. Hope that's it. -Bob
> Florian Anwander wrote:
>> Hello everybody,
>> I still am desperately seeking for a complete service manual of a moog
>> prodigy of the first version (below serial number 4160).
>> There is one floating through the web which is usually a copy of
>> This one contains the written description of the old series, but the
>> schematics (with partnumbers) are for the new series and a pcb layout
>> map or part list is missing completely. I already asked Amos from
>> Moogmusic, but they do not have it. Other (more or less) commercial
>> suppliers of manuals could provide only the copy from the internet.
>> Of course I can figure this all out - the circuit is not that complex.
>> But for a quick try of a modification on the pcb it is very annoying.
>> So: If anyone out there owns a complete service manual of the Moog
>> Prodigy I really would apreciate to get a copy of it. Of course I
>> would pay for it and commercial offers for the "real" service manual
>> are welcome.
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