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Subject: Re: [Roland_Jupiters] Digest Number 394

From: "Tim Wellens" <timwel@...>
Date: 2005-05-16

Thanxx alot mate,I think I go for the adaptor option for my memory.Thanks
for the great help!!!
Tim Wellens(Dj Strike!),Belgium.

>From: Dana Fiorucci <dfiorucci@...>
>Subject: Re: [Roland_Jupiters] Digest Number 394
>Date: Sun, 15 May 2005 14:16:35 -0500
>The small switch determines which side of the split MIDI will be sent to if
>you have it in split mode.
>Up position MIDI will play the upper part.
>Down position MIDI will play the lower part.
>About the memory one thing you could look at doing if you don't move your
>Jupiter around would be to install a wallwart transformer that would supply
>the proper voltage instead of the battery.
>Keeping your Jupiter 8 on 24/7 really would not be an option since the heat
>generated by it would surely lessen the life span of all the other
>You could also save your patches to a DAW instead of a tape.
>This makes a great way to backup your patches as a wav file.
>You might also want to get a second opinion about wether the memory block
>can be repaired.
>On May 14, 2005, at 6:40 AM, wrote:
>>Hello,while moving my studio (and my beloved jupiter8) to a new
>>location a discovered a switch next to my DCB-port (small DCB) of my
>>Jupiter..What's the use for it?? The manual doesn't mention it...
>>I also have another question : I have no memory in my Jup8...The guys
>>at Roland Belgium have replaced the battery and it worked for half a
>>year but then...memory gone again...They say it's not repairable as
>>the memory-block is damaged and drains too much power from the
>>battery....Can anyone help? I have to load my patches by tape each
>>time,very time consuming...
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