Roly what would you suggest as a start. Rack amps designed for concert use have power transformers twice this size for the same power, and look more like welders than amplifiers. It refers to the action of looping or spinning something. My electronic background is from a trade school called R. It is exactly as shown in the initial post, instead of 2 inputs I used 3 inputs 4. I've been lurking around in this forum for quite sometime. I love his idea but I haven't seen those as kits.
I tried it directly to another guitar amp 2. Please point me in the right direction. Are you plugging microphones into it? Then there would be no more echoes but no channel 3 as well. The sound of each of the channels is clean and loud, but when I turn on the echo volume in channel 3, channel 1 and 2 obtain echoes which actually can be controlled by the pots of channel 3 echo time, echo vol. You are not wasting your time, that amp will be kept for rehearsals and recording, plus being easily portable anywhere. The power transformers, big as they are, are only for intermittent output at these power levels.
Component level work in the field was a no-no for me. I have an old Valco tube amp that screams like crazy if I plug my lap steel into it, but it doesn't act up with my guitar. Just re-creating an Acoustic 361 at the genuine 160 watt level took the best part of a year. You could add up to four bullet tweeters in the corners if desired. I'd also suggest that while brute force is popular with bass guitarists, my own experience strongly suggests that cunning beats brute force every time.
I think Jm was telling me the samething you are saying in a very tactful manner. Seperately each of them + simultaneously. What kind of signals are you feeding in? I am obviously missing out some theoretical elements. If that is the case, I would recommend adding buffers on the front end of each signal. Tomorrow I'll do some further testing. It reminds me more of a preamp than a amp though. Sounds corny, but that's the truth.
I am new to this fourm. Thanks again for the reply. While I'm not unhappy with the Siamese W-bin I'm now keen to try one of the Fane J-horns which I think may give just as good results with less building effort and weight. Does it distort with the channel volume on full? Adding active stuff won't fix that. It yells a minute when you turn it on. The signal from channel 1 and 2 leaks into channel 3 and I get low volume, distorted echoes which can actually be controlled by preamp 3 pots echo time, echo vol, volume, bass, treble c.
I am not using it for public performance. La escasez de empleo y la incertidumbre laboral en el campo de la música nos llevó a la idea de crear un medio de sustento para que los músicos tengan un ingreso en las temporadas bajas, proyectando su propia empresa casera de construcción de video rockolas, sin alejarse del entorno musical y aprendiendo a manejar conceptos electrónicos, útiles en el mundo del sonido. How about with 2 guitars? Después de intentar muchas maneras de equilibrar; economía y forma de vida, se encontró que la mayor adversidad era la falta de conocimiento práctico, innovador y que dejara algunos dividendos o ganancias. Or does it only happen when you plug in an instrument or just a cable? Will i need to put a crossover network after the power amp to divide between the woofer and the tweeter. Does the connection cause the signal to distort? I'm posting this one here because it's out of my private stash not on-line and the book is way out of print now.
Channel 3 has a delay chip integrated in its circuit. If the latter, does plugging something else into it still make it scream? Even his guitar preamp works very well for Bass, if you do not use the clipping diodes at the end. Mic preamp works very well, clean and loud. What components will you suggest - chip amp or solid state? Learn step by step how the speaker voice coil winding. I have found this website. It will be basically for use indoor.
See if you can isolate the problem and we can try to provide more help as necessary. Could be the output impedance of the mic preamp, could be the level it's sending, or something else. He has boatloads of knowledge. If you have a Boss stompbox lying around you can use that buffer as a test to see if the signal gets cleaned up. That voltage divider is correct. Check old Kustom, Acoustic, Randall, etc. Circuits for the Musician 300 series appear to be available here; re: Peavey Musician screaming Q: Do any of the controls have any influence, louder, softer, change tone or pitch? I'm not too worried about the cabinet, l'll most likely go with one of the fearful designs if you are familiar with those.
Seem to be quite easy to use. First thing I would do would be to test the preamp output on its own. I am not that good in electronics, I realize that there must be some design errors, but at any stage this preamp plays clear and loud. Cost may easily add up. I'm a bottom end guy. Just don't use its reverb of Fuzz!!! The signals should not be overdriving the opamp. Los cambios constantes de la economíia y la escasez de conocimiento Práctico y eficiente, hacen que la investigación, la intuición, la creatividad y la iniciativa propia, sean los elementos fundamentales para proyectar el futuro de cada individuo y de manera colectiva y autosuficiente en el tiempo libre y en su propia casa.
I did spend a lot of time looking at his designs. I am probably not searching correctly. I have built some horn-loaded speakers for bass and found that they can more than deliver in a moderately sized, powered, and priced package. Donde se creo la primera Videorockola Digital en Bogotá? Otherwise i might have to go for a simpler one. I've used the active mixing circuit shown in Figure 4 of the article a few times with no problems or excess noise concerns, maybe give it a try? One suggestion, try adding a buffer to each signal before the mixer circuitry. Esto sumado a muchas ganas de emprender nuevos retos.