Cool ! please post the updates on your project, and regarding questions : Shoot ! I'll do my best to help of course.razzor said:got all the parts needed for the turning the 552 into a compressor and have a few questions .i am sure they wont be the last
Yes. The same rules apply as to the normal GSSL.razzor said:1. if using a 2180a does pin 4 still need lifting
In case you have a readily stuffed GSSL : yes, lift the legs of both resistors and wire these to the 552. Of you have an empty board to start with, you can put the resistors in and solder wires to the legs. In case you use a turbo board, one of these 2 resistors will be off-board.razzor said:2. can i tap off the 2 47k resistors on the gyraf board with them soldered in place or lift the leg and solder them in series
Well, in case you have a 552 to start with, let's focus on the compressor first, and the summing bus as second. The inputs to the compressor part is on pins 27, outputs on pins 25. You can wire XLR's or TRS jacks to these.razzor said:3. are the 10k resistors on the input mix bus needed or do they connect straight to the pins
razzor said:4. also just noticed that on your finished picture that on board 85152 H7 and H10 are not desoldered and H11 12, IC 10 11 12 14 13 have been removed but they where not on the list as being removed . i guess it would be ok to follow what has been done in the photo.