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Williams Sound Board Conversion: Taxi --> Cyclone

By GLSP3022

53 days ago


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  • Latest reply 42 days ago by barakandl
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#2 53 days ago

It will definitely work.
Press on.

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#4 52 days ago

DumbAss ... If you have the component values that vary across the System 11 models, I'd love to add that info to the PinWiki.
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#9 47 days ago

And another data point...from the Bad Cats manual.
They are called bypass capacitors.
What do they do? They tamp down the high frequency noise created by the connected integrated circuit as that ICs gates open/close. In general, every TTL IC will have a bypass capacitor connected.
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#12 47 days ago

U5 is the ram chip. 6116 has 24 pins and smaller capacity chip. 6264 has 28 pins and more capacity. If the board has 28 chip through holes to accommodate the 6264, install the 6264. It will work fine. Might need a jumper changed or installed. I’d have to check the PInWiki to know with certainty.

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#14 46 days ago

The pics are good enough for me to decipher the different resistor values used. Once again DumbAss, you’ve thought of everything with the design of this board.

I’ll take it from here.

Chris Hibler - CARGPB #31
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#17 42 days ago

I'm going to add the resistor values for the "mixer" section of the board to the PinWiki. For now, here is the table...
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