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Old 15th June 2010, 01:07 PM   #1
Zen Mod is offline Zen Mod  Serbia
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Default Behringer Blue Devil GX112 schematic anyone ?

little guitar combo

owner scorched mains xformer ( don't ask how and why) - I need , in fact , just values of secondary voltages

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Old 16th June 2010, 01:10 AM   #2
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Aside from being unavailable, the schematic won't tell you.

Behringer schematics do not usually include the transformer, and the voltages are not specified anyway. On the schematic, the AC is rectified and filtered and called out as "V+" or "V-", or "VCC+" and VCC-".

If the amp has 15v regulator ICs, then you know the preamp is running on +/-15. But for the main voltage, look at the filter cap voltage, and decide from that. Look at the output powr amp IC and consider its power supply specifications. SO if the caps are 35v, then I'd guess the V+ is 25-30vDC.

Calculare what AC voltages would be needed to provide the DC you need.
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Old 2nd July 2010, 11:54 PM   #3
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little guitar combo

owner scorched mains xformer ( don't ask how and why) - I need , in fact , just values of secondary voltages

TIA
Zen Mod, do you need vol's from the transgformer? These are right off of a behringer gx 112 transformer.

transformer model number is ED14127R4
pri: 115 60hz 110W
Sec: 10V .25A
56V CT 1.4A
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