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Schematic for Studer 962?
Old 9th July 2009
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Schematic for Studer 962?

Does any of youwonderful slutz out there by any chance have a schematic for a studer 962?

Or has anyone had experience with problems these consoles are prone to?

The left hand side of the master section appears to be about 5 db down compared to the right. I imagine it's a capacitor on the way out as it seems to affect the low and high frequencies more than the mid range.

I just have to find out which cap!

Thanks in advance for any replies.

Jack
Old 23rd July 2009
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ftp://ftp.studer.ch/Public/Products/...1-962/Manuals/

clean the fader, need calibration and/or recap'

best regards

Zam
Old 23rd July 2009
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Does any of youwonderful slutz out there by any chance have a schematic for a studer 962?

Or has anyone had experience with problems these consoles are prone to?

The left hand side of the master section appears to be about 5 db down compared to the right. I imagine it's a capacitor on the way out as it seems to affect the low and high frequencies more than the mid range.

I just have to find out which cap!

Thanks in advance for any replies.

Jack
did it happen immediatly or degredation over time? what's the configuration of the console?
Old 25th July 2009
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to find out witch capacitor is leaking you need to invest to much time. the best way its to replace all capacitors in the mastersection, since this console is more than 20 year old now and it makes no sense at all to just fix the problem, more will come.

so recap the whole mastersection(s) most of the capacitors used here are 100uf/10volts and 10uf/16volts rating. then do the alignment process to make sure both masterchannel are equal in output level.

if you need any help or more information just ask

regards

andreas
www.analog-audio.ch
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