Hey guys -
So I have a Meteor in my lineup, and recently due to issues, I re-capped my SB300 audio board. This included replacing the amp.
For the last year, I've had a feeling that I was missing a 'voice', but I never really looked into it until now.
A local pinsider (completist ) happened to have a couple spares, and I decided to try them out.
One was missing a voice as well - but in Meteor, apparently it's the 'primary' voice, as it sounded horrid. The other seemed to have everything.
But both of them seemed to have a low-pass filter on them. That's the best way I can explain it. Compared to my board, they were very tinny and missing bass.
Since I don't have any other boards to test, I was wondering what part of the circuit would have the effect of a high-pass or low-pass filter, so I can at least look at my board - perhaps I missed a cap.
Also wondering where the softer, under-voice would be generated, so I can look at why mine's failing. Is this one of the signals coming from the timer?