HammondWiki - Diff: PR-20ConvertedToPR-40

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Newer page: version 4 Last edited on July 17, 2005 9:53 am. by JeffDairiki
Older page: version 2 Last edited on February 13, 2003 11:10 am. by 80.195.59.93
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-I have a PR-20 that I've converted to a PR-40. 
+I have a [ PR-20] that I've converted to a [ PR-40]
  
 The main difference between the two is the power supply. The PR-40 has two rectifier tubes, while the PR-20 has only one. Several of the resistors in the power supply are different as well. There are a few other differences as well. I can go into more detail if someone expresses interest. 
  
 I've heard that many of the "Lounge"-type organists of the sixties used to swear by the combination of a PR-40 and a [Leslie]. 
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  R77: 500, 5W -> 100, 5W 
  R79: 1K -> 5.6K 1W 
  
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