..of the TLO74..
What I'm experiencing now with the GSSL inserted on the main mix buss of my console is that both sides are compressing but one is compressing a lot more than the other when panning all the way left or right. When letting the pan knob of the console master to the middle, the sound is ok, balanced and compressed the same way on both sides.
Also I wanted to know what means the letter on the THAT 2180 A, B or C.
(keep the one connecting to pin3. Leave out the 47R that connects to pin 4, ment for a 2150 type VCA.)
You talk about the 47K resistors right ?
I did like in the turbo installation guide...
Essentially, you want both L/R sides behave the same
...I saw on the GSSL schemo that the 10k connected to pin 5 of the VCA
...is also connected to a 3k9 resistor but on the GSSL layout it's a 5k1
Thanks for the answer, I was about to replace the 3K9 on turbo board by a 5k1. The version of my GSSL is the last one I guess, revision number 11, bought from Gustav about 8 or 10 months ago. For the part values of the turbo, I just followed Rochey's bom that I downloaded from his site, but it certainly needs to be updated as It was done in 2008. For the GSSL, I bought Gustav's full kit (PCB + components) also the bom is downloadable from his site.Therefore in summary... The 47R connected to pin 4 of the THAT 2180 on turbo board needs to be left out (I've done it already), the 5K1 on GSSL needs to be replaced by a 3K9, and the 10K (both on GSSL and Turbo Board) need to be left out too right ?
The supply voltage going to the SC VCA on the GssL boards is 12V, and I dont know if you are tapping the turbo board from 12V or 15V supply rails, but it may help if also check and take that into consideration.
Hello everybody!I'm in the process of populating my GSSL board with turbo, cavendish and supersidechain mod. I have a few questions regarding the cavendish mod:In the PDF from Expat it says that the capacitors should be "greater than" 22uF/47uF, so what are reasonable values to use? I guess the 47uF coupling cap can't be big enough, but what about the 22uF? In the API312 e.g. I saw 12.5uF...Another thing I noticed is that the output of the EA2503 transformer is taken from two windings in series from both the primary and secondary and the input is fed to one secondary winding. I never saw that before, what's the reason for this configuration?The PDF also states that by using the trim pots on the cavendish board it is recommended to remove the 7k5 resistors on the main board. Since there is no such value, do they mean the 15k feedback resistor of the 5532?Thanks!