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  • Baldwin Panoramic Tone Convertor (check my pinout, please?)



    I've gotten hold of a Baldwin Panoramic Tone Convertor with the spring tank. It's missing the power supply and has a broken switch. A co-worker was kind enough to test the tubes, draw up a pinout diagram for the round octal 'P.T. POWER SOCKET' connector, and calculate his best estimate for the proper voltages. Could anyone with a bit of organ experience give their take on the accuracy? I'd like to build a suitable power supply and try using this effect in the mix.
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    The broken switch appears to be a rotary-style DP3T. One leg of the circuit seems to attenuate Channel "M" Delay Feedback, and the other somehow affects Channel "R" Gain. Could it hurt anything if I used two SP3T instead to allow for combinations of settings?
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    Re: Baldwin Panoramic Tone Convertor (check my pinout, please?)

    I have this exact same unit sitting in my garage right now. I haven't tinkered with it at all yet, but maybe we can come up with a way to use it in the not too distant future.

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