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Just had an email from the LED people they tell me that they are OK for A/C power supply’s .
When I saw the led’s I wondered how the anode & cathode were identified, as they don’t have the unequal pair of legs like normal led’s
In fact they look very similar to a #501 automotive lamp, so I emailed the company and asked, they assured me that they were bi polarity. As to weather they can be used for AC voltages or not I did not ask. I suppose I should have.
I will fire off an email to them, hopefully they will have been delivered by the time I get home.
I put a my voltmeter a cross one of mine and got 6.8v on all three of the instruction window lamps.
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I can’t remember anyone having the emulator crash when the volume is turned up, does it happen as the volume pot is adjusted or a white afterwards?
Are you using the volume control on the board or the extension kit?
As to the emulator not responding to your selections, which emulator do you have?
What make /model wallbox is it connected to?
What type of sd card are you using standard size or micro?
Is the sd configured for any random selections at all?
Is it always the same selections that fail to play?
Personaly I believe that Sooner deserves most of the credit for this, with some input from Klaatu also.
We do not appear to have had any input on the matter from the team!
I am busy with work, parents & other projects at the moment so it may take me few weeks to give it a go.
Amps arrived today 35 days, so wasn’t too bad as I have been busy doing other things.
The amps that I ordered arrived today, took them a while to arrive from China around 35 days. Will post the outcome of the modification once I have had time to try them out.
Been busy doing other things at the moment.
As the weather over last weekends Bank Holliday was fantastic I spent most of my time outside fiddling with motorbike stuff rather than wallbox’s
Much too nice to be stuck in doors, Amps not turned up yet.
was beginning to think that everyone had gone over to Facebook!
Its been very quiet on here recently, certainly nothing from Fabien & the team.
Talking of Steppers was talking recently to a guy who I bought some Seeburg speakers from he said he has a few contacts in the States & would ask if any one comes across a Stepper for a B to let him know.
A quick update on the WQ200, selection numbers 1- 150 play correctly after this things go a bit a stray! I had been testing it while I was making a start on another SC1 & after sorting the initial problem things were looking good, but north of 150 things are not correct. If the weather stops play outside at the weekend I will take a look at it.
Thanks for the information, I may have stumbled across that site in the past but had not used it before.
Just to complicate things further it would apear that Seeburg got into bother with the taxman by selling equipment with duplicated serial numbers without the necessary paper work. Thus avoiding paying the revenue that was due!
Have had a little time to look at those speaker units, decided to make a replacement for the mesh, so far I have cut a couple of pieces of 8mm aluminium to match the shape of the speaker body.
Will now give the design of the speaker grill some thought.
Cheers Scudie6 August 2019 at 8 h 35 min in reply to: More than one wallbox connected to the Wallbox2mp3 #46584
Yes apparently Seeburg got a lot of bad press over this, the phono was designed. In such a way that it would not be compatible with older Seeburg & other manufacturers wallbox’s.
The letter pulses are sent to the stepper in the opposite order on a SC1 starting at V through to A on a 3w1 it pulses A through to K
I am told that they received so much stick about this that after a while they developed a conversion unit, so that older model wallbox’s could then be used with the new phono’s.
Did you get the information? Was it of any help to you?
Cheers Scudie5 August 2019 at 23 h 21 min in reply to: More than one wallbox connected to the Wallbox2mp3 #46581
I guess if the way that the title strips are numbered were changed on the 3w1 to match the 3wa, then in theory as long as two people did not try to make a selection simultaneity, it should work.
Cheers Scudie4 August 2019 at 12 h 49 min in reply to: More than one wallbox connected to the Wallbox2mp3 #46577
If I remember correctly the pages on the 3wa are listed differently to the 3w1, if I am correct I think this would cause a problem. I can’t see why you could not have two wallbox’s connected if they were the same.
I have emailed you some diagrams, I thought they may help you follow the circuit.
Been in touch with Andy today thankfully the spare modified emulator that Fabien sent for me to evaluate has not been damaged while being tested. So when I receive the amps I will give it a go.
Thanks for the info on the editing, next time I am building a play list of tracks to put on an SD card I will give it a try, as I said previously I have just ripped the Cd’s to windows media player then created a folder with the required tracks in it. It’s only recently after Sooner had explained it that I have built the playlist with the tracks organised to pair them up to create A & B sides.
Is that some sort of MP3 editing software? Is it easy to use?
All I do is tick best quality under preferences when ripping the cd on my computer. Which I assume is part of the Windows O S