Four manual CV sources for Eurorack modular syntehsizersDesigned by PMFoundations, Ships from United States of America
Summary Four independent control voltage sources for setting up, tuning or advanced modulation and switching. There are two 0-10V lines and two -10 to +10V lines with 0V in the center. This is on...Read More…
Four independent control voltage sources for setting up, tuning or advanced modulation and switching. There are two 0-10V lines and two -10 to +10V lines with 0V in the center.
This is one of our simplest SMD builds. If you would like to give your SMD soldering a refresher or you are new to surface mount soldering, this is the right project for you.
The module has a small number of surface mount parts including a single 14 pin SOIC package. So if you are new to surface mount, it is a great way to get started.
This video is a great introduction to SMD hand soldering.
This is a PCB and Panel set only. One high quality PCB and one front panel ONLY are included. You will need to purchase your own components and build your own module. Comprehensive build instructions and BOMs are provided to help you source the components needed and we even provide links to shopping carts to simplify sourcing those components. Some product photos above show COMPLETED build.
Comprehensive manuals, parts lists and component shopping carts are provided in the documentation link for building, testing and using the module.
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