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Univox EC-100


 
12/19/1999 2:54 AM
Mike Rioux
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Univox EC-100
I picked up an early 70s Univox EC-100 tape echo really cheap but it is dead. Would anyone have any info/schematic for it. The tape transport, speed control and tape cartridge are fine. I'd really like to bring it back to life. Any info welcome.
 
12/19/1999 1:27 PM
Brad
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Mike,  
You might try e-mailing AnalogMike@aol.com. I know he has a EC80 listed, maybe he has an EC100. I have an EC100, also, but can't find a tape for it. If you know of any, please let me know. Also, could you look inside yours and tell me what the value of the Echo Volume pot is? I removed mine years ago to replace it, and it got lost in the big move. (Just found this again in my "junk box".)  
Thanks,  
Brad
 
 
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12/20/1999 7:16 AM
Mike Rioux
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AnalogMan has the tape cartidges $30.00 for two. As for the value of the echo pot I'll let you know in a day or two once I go to pick it up from my buddies house.
 
1/3/2000 10:57 PM
Mike Rioux
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Echo volume pot
Brad the echo volume pot is 5k audio taper. I still don't have mine up and running yet.Well I guess I'll take it to a freind who is a tech and let him trouble shoot it. I picked it up for twenty bucks so I can't complane. Schematic anyone?
 
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