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I had no idea that Gossen manufactured multimeters. Back in the day they made some of the best photographic light meters. I used to work on them all the time.
I still have two Micronta analog meters put away for the day I might want to use one. I gave away the Micronta DVM's I had years ago after I got my first Fluke 77. Spoiled me for life. The Microntas...
I use Naptha. Never have had a problem with plastics.
Fluke 177 & Fluke 115
My trusty Fluke 77 was given as a present to a good friend along with an old Micronta power supply.
I know how that goes!
What about Canare GS-6? Is that available? It has been my go to cable for many years.
I had the opportunity to copy this schematic and am posting it if anyone can make use of it.
I'd really like to get a copy of that schematic if you would be kind enough to post it.
Here you go:
I believe this is what you may be looking for:
What a great thread. I remember Ampeg was all the rage for a while growing up in New York City. My Father used to fix them for all the time in the mid 60's. When I was 16 I decided I needed a bigger...
All I have are schematics to my amp. Never seen another. If you find any please post them.
Finally got a chance to get back to this old butchered beast. I need to find a schematic to this particular Super Bass which is Model 6154. I have no idea what was done to it in the past. So if...
It turns out that Mark at OldRadioParts.net has a flat phenolic version of this plug for the princely sum of $2.00 each. So I'm taking the lazy way out & ordering a few for this project. Check out...
You are right about the speaker wires. Each one has a short orange wire going to ground via a terminal strip. So no need for insulation washers. The more I look at it the easiest thing to do...
I agree that Cliff jacks are better but I've got a bag full of switchcraft plugs & jacks so why not use them. I also thought of hardwiring the speakers.
Thanks Enzo. These look about right. I'll check with them further or else go to plan B & use 1/4" jacks & plugs since I have lots of 1/4" plugs, jacks & insulator washers.
Thanks Juan, I will use switchcraft jacks with insulating washers to replace the current connectors.
The grey molded plug was made by Switchcraft. This one was drilled into & loose wires soldered to the pins. So far I can't find any old Switchcraft info to further identify the connector or cable.
Here are pictures that I better show the size of this plug & socket.
In my other post I said that the connector pins remind me of those old polarized cheater cords I used to see...
Juan, The schematic you looked at is a later version of the amp where the preamp & power amp are built into one unit. In this version they are seperate with two of those plugs used to connect each...
Here is a photo of the missing connector I'm looking for. Any suggestions where I might find one?
Thanks in advance!
I just inherited an early 60's Gretsch Super Bass Combo which is similar to a Gretsch 6157 Head. I'm looking for a schematic for the combo which has a seperate top mounted preamp & bottom...
No she was told that the warranty applied only to items we actually serviced. Got mad & left in a huff.
This reminds me of back in my camera repair days I had a photographer from The Denver Post ask me to check out her gear she was selling. She actually had gotten the idea in her head that if she paid...
Would anyone have a schematic or any info on a Montgomery Wards Deluxe 2546 amplifier which was built by Clark Radio?
Thanks in advance!