Differences between current version and predecessor to the previous major change of LineOutToAHammondToneCabinet.

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Newer page: version 4 Last edited on April 3, 2005 12:45 pm. by JeffDairiki
Older page: version 1 Last edited on October 11, 2002 8:06 am. by 12.228.61.60
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 # Connect hot and ground of your signal output to either end of these "series-ed" resistors. (Do __not__ connect ground of your device to tone cabinet ground.) 
 # Connect these two ends of series-ed resistors with signal of your device connected to them to the G-G inputs (pins 1 and 6) of ToneCabinet. 
 # Where the resistors in series meet, make a connection from there to tone cabinet ground (pin 2.) 
 # The signal stength should be pretty high --- loudspeaker level or a little lower, and the lower the impedance of the source, the better. 
-# Tried and true, and, incidentally, the way the Hammond Company reccommended hooking up a Solovox to a Hammond Tone Cabinet in 1941. 
+# Tried and true, and, incidentally, the way the Hammond Company reccommended hooking up a [ Solovox] to a Hammond Tone Cabinet in 1941. 
 Voila. 
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 PS: If you're tapping off a speaker output and you disconnect whatever speaker you're tapping off of, dont forget to "replace" it with a properly rated resistor. 
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