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Subject: Re: Don't need to skinkin' wire!

From: james holloway <jimh54@...
Date: 1999-06-17

Paul,
If I were a "bettin' man" I'd bet a lot of us can't stand a delay for such a
small obstacle. The Belden coax can't be that critical, any high quality 50
ohm coax should suffice, right? But then, if you have the wire most of us
should be able to do the stripping ourselves. Count me in I'll work it out.


>From: "Paul Schreiber" <synth1@...>
>Reply-To: motm@onelist.com
>To: "MOTM listserv" <motm@onelist.com>
>Subject: [motm] Don't need to skinkin' wire!
>Date: Wed, 16 Jun 1999 00:07:39 -0500
>
>From: "Paul Schreiber" <synth1@...>
>
>Some of you have expressed interest in '420 kits without all of the wires.
>Specifically, the RG-174 coax is what is missing.
>
>So, if you want a kit missing the 4 little coax (there will be 1 long coax
>in there,
>but that is spoken for) send me an email.
>
>BTW: just finished 5 min. ago calibrating and testing the finished product.
>I am
>building a '110 so I can make noise. It self-oscillates in LP mode, and
>acts
>like a 4-octave VCO!
>I got it to track whithin 1hz from 50Hz to 800Hz. Then it falls apart
>because there is
>no sophisticated circuitry as in the VCOs. But still sort of fun!. The max.
>oscillation freq.
>on the 1 prototype was 17Khz. Dave can zap squirrels as hoped for.
>
>The reversing attenuator is much fun to play with, although I did a minor
>boo-boo on the pcb
>layout and you have to "cross" wires up to the front panel but other than
>that it works 100%.
>
>Lastly: I can get Bourns to make up cermet pots, like the blue conductive
>plastic ones in the VCO/EG
>with the solder lugs. This will releive terror in the heart of some folks
>bending those itty bitty wires.
>Of course, they want 8 weeks lead time! But the price is no different than
>the pcb pots, so guessing
>I can sell then at some later date I'll order some tomorrow.
>
>Paul S.
>
>
>
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