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  • Rodgers Type VI Power Supply and Amplifier

    Good morning! Would anyone have the schematic for a Rodgers Type VI power supply and amplifier. The PS in mounted in a Columbian 75. The internal speakers were removed but have the external speakers; a hook up diagram would also be helpful.

    Thanks,

    Roland

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    Here's the schematic.
    What speakers do you have? Amplified?

    td

    Servicing electronic organs since 1969.

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    • #3
      Thanks for the schematic...it will make life easier for the technician. I have two speaker cases, (1) W6 with a W6 Crossover Panel and (2) M13-100 with one speaker missing. Both have Rodgers S-100C Transistor Amplifiers. There is a 100-II echo adapter in the organ console which was plugged into the pw/amp but the two RCA jacks were not connected to it. As I mentioned in the original post, someone stripped out the console speakers. Would you happen to have a schematic for the S-100
      c amps. I'm going to have them checked out also.

      Thanks for all,

      Roland

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Saber4mike View Post
        Thanks for the schematic...it will make life easier for the technician. I have two speaker cases, (1) W6 with a W6 Crossover Panel and (2) M13-100 with one speaker missing. Both have Rodgers S-100C Transistor Amplifiers. There is a 100-II echo adapter in the organ console which was plugged into the pw/amp but the two RCA jacks were not connected to it. As I mentioned in the original post, someone stripped out the console speakers. Would you happen to have a schematic for the S-100
        c amps. I'm going to have them checked out also.

        Thanks for all,

        Roland
        My bad! There is also an EN II to which the RCA Jacks were supposed to be connected from the spring. This unit is connected via the a plug to the Echo Adapter which is connected to the PS/AMP. I think I've got it straight. Thanks again!

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        • #5
          S-100c

          [ATTACH=CONFIG]17193[/ATTACH]
          Servicing electronic organs since 1969.

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