- Sep 1, 2019
Very cool, thanks!midwayfair said:You can always consult the original Schoeps schematic if you aren't sure about something on this schematic http://recordinghacks.com/microphones/Schoeps/CMC-5
Okay so I should use a 6.2V zener like TZX6V2D-TAP then. But different components would work as well...is there a different component that would be better? I certainly have no need to recreate the original for any reason.midwayfair said:Those diodes aren't always used in this type of mic and there's more than one part that could go there if they do get used.
Sounds like something I need to learn how to do!midwayfair said:there's 10 resistors of that value in the cart. That should be enough to find a pair close to 0.1%.
In your PM you said I could leave out C1 and leave out "one resistor" but you don't say which R. You also mention removing the 1G resistor. Should I remove/jump R1 and R11? And can I forego the pad and hpf trimmers?midwayfair said:Reread the PMs I sent you last week. I explained what parts are associated with the pad and HPF.
Attached is an image of the PCB design for what I'm planning based on my current understanding of what you've said. Please let me know where I've gone wrong, and thanks again! <3
[Edit: The image below shows R1 jumped but that's a mistake, I have R1 installed].