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I think I am going to have to pop the top on my and take some digital pics to show this guy that he is dead wrong.
In my case, the supply to the display would drop out or fail to start. Sorry to be the second guy to drag this thread back up, but if any kind soul who owns that coveted “plus” version of the SDR ever feels like reading the contents of that firmware EPROM, I’m sure I wouldn’t be the only one to be in your debt.
It’s the attack of the 80’s! I’m guessing it was mainly the chip originals use a D27C I’m assuming a flashing procedure of some sort, through midi perhaps?? The upgrade supposedly adds new reverb algorithms equivalent to the Sony?
They are going to mess around and make me pick up the phone and call someone. The original’s remote implementation is for simple patch changes. Started by Hairball Audio The Lab. I have to wonder if Ibanez built any of their rackmounted verbs etc.
Any body out there have any concrete proof either way. Same for ICs etc. Started by Crash The Lab.
March 29, Crash Member Texas Posts: I can understand that. A full featured, display-equipped remote showed up later, but appears to need that newer firmware.
Some Akai samplers have Yamaha chips. He ibabez seem to care that I have been in my regular and saw nothing but Sony parts staring back at me. I put a support query in to Ibanez a few days ago, but that unit’s old enough now that I’m not really getting my hopes up.
I’m assuming the usual suspects like cold solder joints and capacitor replacement in the power supply sections. It seems to have been that main 9-pin connection from the transformer, but in addition to cleaning it, I reflowed some joints in that area just in case.
The reverbs seem kind manjal flat sounding at first blush plugged into a Strat and Princeton, but perhaps I’m missing something.
Whether Sony made them, or it just used the Sony chip, I don’t know. Solid as a rock now. Be warned- the chip may not be socketed, but the bottom of the PCB is fairly easy to access without full disassembly.
Just in general, since I don’t know anything of those specific units: Philips stuff uses Sony chips. Is there a manual available, or perhaps one available for downloading? Started by cantgetnosleep The Lab.
April 30, What do you mnual find these useful for? If I cycle the power it seems to cure it most of the time. OK, for a better example: