Chilton m10/2 MK6
6th June 2012
Old 6th June 2012
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+24 and +48. Scan on the way by email.
Matt if you ever need a QM3 Circuit, I have it.
21st June 2012
Old 21st June 2012
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Hi, all M series I've seen are +24V with a seperate 48V for phantom. But the QM and M series have different pres and EQ... QM has opamps.... I'll try to find the schematics I've drawn

8th October 2012
Old 8th October 2012
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Location: Québec, Canada
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Hi all!

I just got a Chilton M-10/2 (MK1?) not long ago. Just finished cleaning it up and I am quite impressed by it's overall sound quality.

I was just wondering if anyone had the owner's manual (just for fun) and/or the schematics.

Here is some pictures of my board.Mine is painted black. Not sure if it original but the job paint has been well made so I won't bother stripping the paint off.
As you can see there is a little corner missing.

I am also looking for some mid and compressor modules. Anyone has some for sale?


Guillaume, Québec, Canada

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4th December 2012
Old 4th December 2012
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Hi Niva

Any chance of a photo of the power supply ( inside ) Please ?

27th December 2012
Old 27th December 2012
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There you go!

Hope this helps!

If you need further information, I'll try to help you as best as I can.

14th January 2013
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I have a CM2 (nine mic/line, one stereo input) and it sounds fantastic, despite having a max output of +20dBu. This is actually fine since the stock Lynx Aurora (my converter) has the same calibration.

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