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Penny and Giles/Auditronics nomenclature???
« on: April 16, 2006, 01:57:35 PM »
I am looking for info on P+G nomenclature from quite a few years back.  I have some faders they made for an Auditronics Grandson console, and I'm looking for the difference between two types.  The first type is the Auditronics F1 module which uses a P+G 1120/c/u fader.  The other is an F1R which uses an 1120/c fader.  My research up until now says that the "u" indicates the spacing of the mounting threads.  They came out of a console where they were being used side by side.  Thanks in advance.


Slenderchap

Penny and Giles/Auditronics nomenclature???
« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2006, 04:19:37 AM »
The letter U indicates that the threaded insert [the mounting screw hole]has a Unified 4.40 UNC thread (as against the letter M which indiactes metric M3).

The letter C indicates a 5k Ohm track resistance

The "1120" indicates that it is mono and Logrithmic.

If it has a "Spec number" or "D number" written on it then it may be possible to narrow down its exact configuration

Regards,
Colin Adshead
[email protected]
www.audiomaintenance.com


 

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