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|2/14/2005 4:10 PM|
|Joe||sd-1 bleed through when off....|
I'm experiencing some bleed through on a newer Boss SD-1 when the effect is bypassed. Any mods to get rid of this annoyance? Thanks. Joe
|2/17/2005 11:07 AM|
Not a lot of help to you but I've got an older SD-9 that does the same thing. I've noticed the problem is better or worse depending on what kind of amp it's jacked into, with the more sensitive tube inputs being worst and the solid state inputs being lots better.
I tried changing the switching FETs but got no joy, so now I'm waiting for inspiration or help from someone who has conquered the problem...
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|2/18/2005 8:20 AM|
I've seen this on many FET switching pedals. In a few cases the 2SK30As were leaking and replacing them fixed the problem. (these were older BOSS pedals)
Its possible that replacing the FETs in your pedal would fix the problem. Also, BOSS pedals come with a 3 year warranty. It maybe easier to just swap the whole thing out with another one.
|3/6/2005 6:45 PM|
you can use J113(that's right?) for the Switching
as in DOD's desing. 2sk184 , i've used 2SK30ATM from toshiba for the fet switching without any problems..
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