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Old 23rd June 2014, 05:53 PM   #1
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Default Taskam Midistudio 644 PSU

This may be not the place to post this but this is my first post and i just read PSU's .. i know it's meant mostly for projects from the forum but since i simply can not figure it out ,i thought this is one place to ask since i have no replies at taskam forums or service manual available . I got a used Taskam 644 Midistudio and i always wanted one of these or similar as i grew up with tapes not cellphones ,it came without a PSU . I already have built few PSU's for modular synthesizers so i thought +/- 10 V i can make myself ,but there is 4 pins there ( : : ) , and one of them as i read somewhere is +7V ,but which one i can not figure it out , so all i wonder is the placement of the voltage so i can simply turn it on and see if it's working at all . Anyone Thanks .
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