DC Sockets

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Re: DC Sockets

Postby MuzzledAxe » 18 Jun 2012, 23:34

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Looking at the tag board layout on the thread you posted...My soldering is a bit hap=hazaed to that amount of work on vero.. What does the line mean were are r3 joins the cap????
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Re: DC Sockets

Postby Nocentelli » 19 Jun 2012, 07:17

On Sinner's tagboard layout, R3 connects the base of Q1 to ground: Also connected to this ground point is an electrolytic cap and a green wire that goes to one of the lugs of the 5k trimmer that is mounted in the centre of the tagboard.
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