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Started by joecool85, February 27, 2014, 12:17:45 PM
Quote from: joecool85 on February 25, 2020, 08:49:31 AMHere it is.Please bear in mind that this looks different now as this was a test fitment. The wires in this picture were connected to either end of R11 (one end lifted). I have since removed R11 and now connect on the bottom side of the PCB to help with noise. I have also added star grounding and replaced the metal speaker and line out jacks with insulated plastic types.The schematic attached to the first post in this thread shows were I connected in.
Quote from: Bill Moore on March 02, 2020, 05:46:19 PMNow I'll have to try that!I gave my first little amp away, but last year a fellow wanted to trade a "practice amp" for a pedal I had. I was surprised when he showed up with another Dean Markley. One of the pots had the shaft pulled loose, and after searching for a replacement. I ended up repairing the original. Speaker is a little rough, but at low volume it isn't noticeable. Now reverb?
Quote from: Enzo on July 21, 2021, 01:37:52 PMThat solid state amp does not require a load, you can simply turn off the speaker with a switch.What I would do is connect the line out 10k resistor to the phones jack tip connection instead of the speaker. Now the line out works when you are on speaker or when on phones. Now the phones still work, but you can use the phones jack to kill the speaker. Just plug an unwired plug into the phones jack, and that opens the speaker connection.But a switch works fine too.