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  • andyg
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    Re: how to hook a 147 leslie hook up to A-100 with a 26-1



    This has been covered a lot of times! This is what you do for a spinet, should be the same on a console. (I think!)
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    Basically: There is a 5-pin plug on the 26-1 kit, with 5 wires coming from it. I'm assuming that the colour coding is the same as all the ones I've hooked up here in the UK.
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    Blue+Grey are mains AC, picked up from a switched AC point in the organ, ie somewhere that's switched on when the Run switch is on, on an A100.
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    Black wire goes to ground side of a speaker.</p>

    Cut or interrupt the wire from the main amp to the speakers, usually green coloured. The Red wire from the kit goes to the Amp side of the cut, and the Green wire goes to the speaker side of the cut.</p>

    Mains AC connections need to be soldered, speaker and ground connections can use wire nuts or be simply twisted (firmly!) together and insulated.</p>

    That's it, plug in the MEE and C/T switches, plug in the cable to the Leslie and you're away. You need to set the Load resistor switch in the leslie to either 8 or 16 ohms, not open. It's 8 ohms for a spinet, not 100% sure on an A100.
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    Note that the reverb signal will stay in the organ this way. There is a way of mixing it with the main signal, which I forget right now!</p>

    Andy
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    Re: how to hook a 147 leslie hook up to A-100

    What about a 26-1 kit? i need step by step directions for a common person like me.

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  • geoelectro
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    Re: how to hook a 147 leslie hook up to A-100




    Connecting a Leslie to an A-100 is the same as a CV in that you connect the signal wires to the GG terminals Power and switching is the same. However, what kit do you have connecting to the CV? Since a CV needs DC power from its speaker, how is that accomplished? Also, since the A-100 has built-in speakers, you will need to have a way to turn them on and off. (usually)</p>



    Might I suggest you get a 6147 kit? You can get one from Goff.
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  • NYCFarmboy
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    Re: how to hook a 147 leslie hook up to A-100

    welcome to the forum! I only know how to hook up a 147 to a CV..not a A100....I can tell you how to wire a 147 to a CV if that helps?

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    how to hook a 147 leslie hook up to A-100

    I have a cv that has a 147 hookup on it. I want to put the kit on a hammond a 100. Is it possible and can someone walk me through it?
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