to bad it isn’t in a little better shape !
At least, with 65Amps (minimum) per rail, you are sure you can’t overload them…
But you should check with a scope the “quality” (ripple) of the current they provide, they usually aren’t great at that, and they don’t really need because that 12V will be “downstepped” and regulated on the motherboard.
Any good resources on how to do this for someone who is still learning their way around an oscilloscope?
Connect GND and output to your scope.
Most computer PSU’s will need some load to work correctly.
You have a modern digital scope ?
Just hit the “auto” button and look at the result on screen.
Look at the display to see how much one division (one square of the grid) is, usually displayed as XXX V/Div or XXX mV/Div. It should also display either min/max voltage, or average and PP voltages.
This will give you an idea of how well it is regulated.
With an analog scope, you’ll have to adjust manually the “timebase”, “center V” and “V/Div” controls to “zoom in” on the curve.
feet gate with piezzo ?
I’m thinking reed switch
I will be curious to see that
Big bunch of yard sales in a nearby neighborhood today. I came away with:
A drum synth AND a keyboard synth for $3!
Cassette recorder, 50¢
And to go with it:
Box full of tapes for $1, who could refuse?
Rolling computer desk, $5. I think it’ll be about perfect for the B2600 which right now is awkwardly perched atop a file cabinet.
Today i found this Stihl HS80 on the sidewalk. No really, i went to their door to ask
They said it had been broken for years.
The primer valve got stuck, which is a common problem. 5 minute fix
Not synth related but i had to show it off to someone
This will certainly help me get more synth budget
That sounds like a challenge.
Add a contact microphone and use it as a drum trigger for some fast rolls.
Already done… or at least someone has tried it…
Or add a piezzo on it
LOL, You guys are amazing
nice find , thats not a cheap item . but do you have hedges ?
I do not have hedges myself. But my clients do
I have been doing gardening work untill i will go back to school hopefully in 2022
(I used to borrow my cousin’s equipment)