Lin or Log 30mm Slider
Old 24th February 2012
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Lin or Log 30mm Slider

Hi

Im trying to find out the exact specification for a Roland JX-3P slider for the sens, brilliance and step sequencer. All's I know is that they are 30mm and you can use the same slider for all 3 functions, but I need to know if its Lin or Log and what the kohm is as Its not specified in the service manual.

Many thanks!
Old 24th February 2012
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looking at the service manual:

(slide potentiometers)
edit sense 100Kb
sequenser rate 1Ma
brilliance 100Kb




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Originally Posted by daz1751 View Post
Hi

Im trying to find out the exact specification for a Roland JX-3P slider for the sens, brilliance and step sequencer. All's I know is that they are 30mm and you can use the same slider for all 3 functions, but I need to know if its Lin or Log and what the kohm is as Its not specified in the service manual.

Many thanks!
Old 24th February 2012
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Buy both ,
Test carefully WITHOUT solder.
Chose.....and send the other one back.........if your a skinflint.
Old 24th February 2012
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Cheers guys

Will do, dependent on the price lol

Ive have sourced some for a couple of quid each but they appear to be 50kb, so will need to search for the right ones now

I take it all 3 are linear?

Thanks!
Old 24th February 2012
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a is for log
b is for lin

do have in mind that dimensions and pin out position varies alot.

good luck with your good old roland!

i just got me a broken 606 to fix!



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Originally Posted by daz1751 View Post
Cheers guys

Will do, dependent on the price lol

Ive have sourced some for a couple of quid each but they appear to be 50kb, so will need to search for the right ones now

I take it all 3 are linear?

Thanks!
Old 24th February 2012
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Originally Posted by 5.333V View Post
a is for log
b is for lin

do have in mind that dimensions and pin out position varies alot.

good luck with your good old roland!

i just got me a broken 606 to fix!
Excellent!

I'll probably be posting more technical questions soon as I really want to get her back to as best as i can get her

Just need to open the synth up and investigate as ive also got some new keys on the way too

Good look with the 606! what a machine
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