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  • Connector kit to 1/4 line out l100?

    Hi guys. I’ve recently acquired an l-112 . Great organ but a little dry without the Leslie . And though I don’t have a Leslie and likely won’t acquire one . I have a rotary sim pedal that does what it needs to do . However the organ it’s self has a connector kit . Is it possible to turn this 6 pin jack into 1/4? I’ve attached some photos of the schematics and that kit . And FYI .. I’ve tried the phono jack . Looking for something more stable

  • #2
    You have 2 options. Remove the kit and use something like the M3 out with speaker cut or connect a line out to the 6 pin leslie plug pins 1 & 2. The line out would use the same components, just no switch and speaker load resistor.
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    • #3
      Thanks so much for your reply . For further clarification. In the above photo I posted pins one and two are the red and yellow immediately after the “nub”


      • #4
        this might work for you.

        57 Hammond B3; 69 Hammond L100P; 68 Leslie 122; Kurzweil PC3; GEM Equinox 88 and 76 key versions; Gemini desktop module; Voce V5+; Neo Vent; EV ELX112P; 67 Howard Combo Organ; www.dyinbreedband.com


        • #5
          From the photo -
          Pin 1 - yellow
          Pin2 - green/white
          Pin 5 - Blue
          Pin 6 - Red



          • #6
            You could also just get a trek ii (obl-2-sl). It’s a bit pricey but it works like a charm. Or make your own version if you’re so inclined. I think the basic idea is on the Hammond wiki. If not, search this forum. I’ve seen it recently but I didn’t save it as I just went for the trek myself. Tonewheel general can sell you one at a good price if you’re ordering anything else from them.
            ive read that some people use the rca bit to put effects through. Not sure if it works well.
            you could just resell that Leslie connector or leave it for some time later when you might have a Leslie.
            Hammond L-112, Moog MiniMoog (re-issue), Roland FP-80 (White), Haines Bros. Vintage Baby Grand Piano (White), Korg MicroKorg XL+, Moog Little Phatty Stage II (wood), Moog Sirin (wood), Yamaha CP-30


            • #7
              Post #2 has the best option for you. Simple and cheap circuit that works like a charm.
              Current organs: AV, BC, A-100
              Current Leslies: 22H, 142, 147, 760
              Organs in the past: L-100 (several), M-100 (x2), T-100, E-100, CV
              Other keyboards: Roland FP-4, Yamaha DX7, Yamaha TX81Z, Yamaha Motif ES Rack, Korg Krome, Novation Mininova