JVM mod OD2 to OD1

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  1. Shae201

    Shae201 Well-Known Member

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    What is the wattage of the resistor and the voltage for the capacitors for this mod? Screenshot_20200725-194723~2.png
     
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    1/2 watt for resistors, 500V for the caps.
     
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    Shae201 Well-Known Member

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    Tha
    thanks bro.
     
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    I'm kinda digging OD2 orange channel for Slayer type metal. I know when I had a 410H I like the OD1 channel better but I guess if I can't try it because of having a 210H then I won't miss it. Can you make it footswitchable to go between OD2 and the OD1 mod?
     
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    You can, but it would require drilling holes for extra switches. Switches may need to be rated for 250V or higher since they will be switching the value of coupling caps, which feed off of the plates.

    EDIT: And maybe a 50K high voltage pot for the slope resistor. This way you can go from 33k to 47k, and lower.
     
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    Does this look right to you?
     
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    Can you upload a close up image? It's very hard to see what you did.
     
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    Looks like R44 is a 1K resistor, not 33K.
    Change it to 33k.
     
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    Sorry, I haven't done the mods these are all still factory components I just wanted to make sure that these are the right ones
     
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