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  • #6522

    Barry
    Keymaster

    Oh Yes the Mini-Me Mod Rocks and we have Roto-Tones available in the PCB Shop now!

    Courtesy of Wilkie1:

    Four different flavors of Chorus from Mild to Wild!

    Use sockets and the Roto-Tone and create your own Mod values. Roto-Tone Build Document

    #6534

    Matt
    Participant

    100% interested in trying this. Thank you!!

    #6548

    Barry
    Keymaster

    Awesome!

    #7254

    Cybercow
    Moderator

    Just finished the Mini-Me build to a testable point and enclosed – minus the enclosure graphics finishing. And I employed the “Mini-Me Depth Mod”. Before the mod, the trimmer pot was just fine at just a hair left of center. However, when I added the Depth Mod, I noticed some light “ticking” in the output, presumably from the clock. I adjusted the trimmer a tad more to the left and the “ticking” went away. Yay!

    This is a very slick modification and a tip-o-the-hat to Wilkie1 for the write-up on it. This simple mod greatly enhances the versatility of the Mini-Me. I highly recommend it.

    Here’s the enclosure before finishing:

    And here’s the complimentary gutshot:

    I wanted to squeeze it all into 125B \ 1590B enclosure, but the Depth Mod that impossible. Still, I’m quite happy with this result. Once the enclosure graphics are finished, I’ll make a full build report in the proper forum section. Thanks for reading!

    #7255

    Billy
    Moderator

    Looks great Mark

    I’m gonna give it a try cheers Ray

    I just managed to wangle myself 8 MN3007 tested them all today in a clone theory build and they all work!

    Totally unexpected with all the fakes kicking around

    #7256

    Cybercow
    Moderator

    Thanks Billy! Good find on the MN3007 chips. I hope you got them at a good price. SmallBear still has a small stock of them, but at 11 zorkmids each, I’m not likely to try and stock any. Let us know how your builds go and show them off.

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