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Hi Dubgoddesses and Dubgods <BR> <BR>I'm looking for the manual of this little beauty (even in German) along with the service schematic as mine has a little problem :-/ <BR> <BR>I can trade in a copy of the echocord mini manual (German) and service shematic I have. <BR> <BR>Thanks by advance
check <A HREF="http://www.el-me-se.de/dynacord.html">these guys here</A> they claim to have the documentation and are willing to send copies out. <BR>for those who are interrested here is a <BR><A HREF="http://www.el-me-se.de/pdf_files/ECHOCO ... f">feature list of the Echocord Super 76 including picture</A>
I've got an echochord super 76 ,my favourite <BR>echo/rev analog effect.I've the shematics and the manual too but i think it's probably not like the mini model,if you're intrerrested i can mail you a copy of it if you gives your email off course;
Aleph, you're my man! <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /happy.gif" ALT=":)"> <BR> <BR>Just click on my name you've got it ;) <BR>No it's not like the Mini, from the Mini I have too I figured out a few things, but the Super is a different beast alltogether (4 ins instead of 2, buttons changes) <BR> <BR>Sorry interruptor, but I know this site already, but unfortunately the guy behind is out until mid-may. But sure it's THE SOURCE of info on Dynacord, Klemt and Schaller. <BR> <BR>Thank you all!
I have an Echocord Mini wired for 220V. I had been using a stepdown trnasformer with it and it works fine until the stepdown transformer went south. Is there any way to wire this machine to 110V? The fuse holder on the back had both voltages (110-130 ; 220-240) printed on the surround but was not switchable like the Super with the rotary dial. Any help would be greatly appreciated. <BR> <BR>Many thanks to DENIS for the Super 76 manual. <BR> <BR>Thanks in advance. <BR> <BR>Morgan Lin <BR> <BR><A HREF="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</A>
If you can't find some schematics for free you can try this site: <A HREF="http://nanaimo.ark.com/~pat/how.htm" TARGET="_blank">HERE'S the DEAL</A>. <BR>I don't know anything about this site, I've just found it by doing general search.. But you can at least try to e-mail contact the person who's running it. Looks like for some fee you can get hard to find stuff. <BR> <BR>/regards, <BR>/Mike Zee, aka dr.ZEE