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Old 8th April 2006, 06:10 AM   #1
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I was wondering what would be a replacement for the reverb in a vc5212 or how would I go about testing the impedance of the input and output. Unless it really doesnt matter
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There should be an alphanumeric code on the tank if it is an Accutronics or Belton. This code will tell you what the in and out impedances are.

You can also make some assumptions about the input impedance by looking at the drive circuit. Most reverb tanks are 8 or 2.5K ohms in.
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