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Easiest way to add reverb to an M3?

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  • Easiest way to add reverb to an M3?

    I know Hammond made two different reverb speakers for the M3. One goes behind the music stand, the other is floor standing. Other than finding one of those, is there a "modern" way to add reverb to an M3? I do have a small Sansui amp that can add reverb to a signal. Would need to figure out best way to get the signal out for that, and wonder if that would work or there is some incompatibility there?
    1962 Hammond A102

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    Resistors to bring down speaker level to line level right off 12"? I've got 100K 1/2 W on the + terminal and 10K 1/2 W on the - terminal.
    These are terminated on a 1/4" socket.
    This 1/4" line level out off the speaker feeds a Boss RE20, then stereo in and out of a Neo Ventilator.The 26/1 kit for a 145/147 is also set up to switch the Neo Ventilator speed control.

    This '77 Sansui AU-717 sounds amazing.Still have the whole '7' rack.
    A100/251 A100/147 A102/222 Tried to favor the B3 ? No way.

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      Sounds pretty much like adding a "line out" jack from what you describe, which makes sense. I know a person can build such a box, and I think they are available commercially? As I look into this more, things get a bit more expensive, such as putting the signal through a Neo Ventilator or similar.
      1962 Hammond A102

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