la-2a

Re: 1176 Plosives: looking for Rev A schematic or high res internal shots
« Reply #80 on: January 24, 2010, 08:03:50 PM »
Thanks for the pictures La2a, very cool.

Any chance you could take a picture of the Attack and Release pots?

Mark


here the pictures

cheers


la-2a

Re: 1176 Plosives: looking for Rev A schematic or high res internal shots
« Reply #81 on: January 24, 2010, 08:04:55 PM »
another view :)

cheers

kazper

Re: 1176 Plosives: looking for Rev A schematic or high res internal shots
« Reply #82 on: December 12, 2010, 12:41:14 AM »
Anyone have the better scan of the schematics, the link is broken. If you can send them to the group emails that would be great!

Another interesting thing is the missing RC network off the attack time control.

Kaz
Intentionally left blank

ilfungo

Re: 1176 Plosives: looking for Rev A schematic or high res internal shots
« Reply #83 on: December 12, 2010, 08:15:06 AM »
Hi guys
know if there is a layout of the original 1176?
I'd like to build one with PCBs as the original
Thanks

kazper

Re: 1176 Plosives: looking for Rev A schematic or high res internal shots
« Reply #84 on: December 12, 2010, 11:31:53 AM »
Hi guys
know if there is a layout of the original 1176?
I'd like to build one with PCBs as the original
Thanks

I'm not up on the newer revision A Pcb's, but Mnats A version is basically what your after.

The original A version 1.0 PCB layout was done to the first 1176 schematic, read his post in this thread. His newer boards have slight revisions to get you to A.

Kaz
« Last Edit: December 12, 2010, 11:34:24 AM by kazper »
Intentionally left blank

haima

Re: 1176 Plosives: looking for Rev A schematic or high res internal shots
« Reply #85 on: December 12, 2010, 08:04:13 PM »
Anyone have the better scan of the schematics, the link is broken. If you can send them to the group emails that would be great!

+1

mnats

Re: 1176 Plosives: looking for Rev A schematic or high res internal shots
« Reply #86 on: December 13, 2010, 04:51:03 AM »
I stitched together la-2a's scans while working on the V1.2.5 boards: http://mnats.net/files/1176_125.pdf

I've linked the document from my Rev A page as well.

outoftune

Re: 1176 Plosives: looking for Rev A schematic or high res internal shots
« Reply #87 on: December 04, 2012, 09:41:47 PM »
finally getting around to this. want to be sure the 'jumper' everyone is refering to is Cx6...and the mod is to replace it with a 47k? Ive already swapped r46 to a 22k and the 130k on the ratio to 68k.

martthie_08

Quote
finally getting around to this. want to be sure the 'jumper' everyone is refering to is Cx6...and the mod is to replace it with a 47k? Ive already swapped r46 to a 22k and the 130k on the ratio to 68k.

this probably comes two years late, but if you look at the schematic you will note that Cx6 is not present, so just jumper this (with a bare wire or 0Ω resistor, not 47kΩ).
On the V1.1 boards, Cx6 has already been omitted...


Ok guys, after comparing the various schematics (original 1176, rev A and Mako's rev A) I came across a bunch of values that should be the ones used on the real Blue Stripe. Of course those have not been checked with a real unit, so, please if you own an original rev A Blue Stripe check the values and report back !!!

I did this as an experiment, you don't need to change anything if you followed Mako's BOM, in fact his revision sounds really good as it is !
And well, Mako, thank you very much for the rev A !!!! A great board, an easy build, just lovely !

I've got the values comparing the Rev A schematic to the one used by Mako (Original 1176) which are the ones between parenthesis.

R6 = 2.2M (560k)
R7 = 2.2M (560k)
C6 = REMOVE (33pF across R16)
C6a = ADD 68pF across R7)
R11 = 9.1k suggested by Ed Anderson (10k)
R12 = 2.2k (1k)
R16 = 100k (47k)
R17 = 4.7k (8.2k)
C9 = 6.8uF (47uF)
R30 = 150k (120k)
C11 = 10pF (47pF)
Rx14 = REMOVE (820k)
Cx6 = JUMPER (6.8uF)
R76 = 10k (8.2k)
R54 = 1.2k (470r)
C27 = 0.012uF (0.022uF)

Ratio Board
=======

R22 = 47k (56k)
R19 = 68k (130k) NOTE: If you're using the great Hairball PCBs R19 is marked as R8 on the documentation
R78 = 47k (NOT PRESENT) NOTE: R78 is marked as R10 on Hairball PCBs
R64 = 2.2k (1.2k)

LINE AMP MOD
=========
This mod adds a resistor (3.9k) in series with a capacitor (1000pF) and it should be connected from the (-) of C9 to the junction of WHTRED - R32. Take a look at the picture.



sorry to revive this over two year old thread, but in case someone stumbles over it:

the above collected information comes in very handy for anyone wanting to mod their V1 Rev A boards (V1.1 31.01.09 in my case) to the current V1.2.5 schematic values that are what you get when you currently order a board from mnats.

There is one minor mistake in the above information:

R76 = 10k (8.2k)

this should be

R76 = 18k (8.2k)

thanks for all the hard work everybody has put into this project!

EDIT: one more addition to this list, on the ratio  board,
R1 (R58 on schematic) = 120 (180)
« Last Edit: April 18, 2015, 05:10:17 PM by martthie_08 »

 

Related Topics

  Subject / Started by Replies Last post
18 Replies
4858 Views
Last post December 19, 2004, 10:00:25 PM
by soundguy
3 Replies
2890 Views
Last post May 13, 2008, 12:45:40 AM
by
0 Replies
1121 Views
Last post December 29, 2008, 09:22:43 AM
by Rob Flinn
9 Replies
9954 Views
Last post January 10, 2012, 12:58:29 AM
by simonsez