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How do i know how many volts my circuit needs?

Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by tedstruk, Jan 26, 2018.

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  1. tedstruk

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    My guitar electronics didn't put out anything... dead.
    I think its because the baxandall circuit requires alot of power.
     
  2. Harald Kapp

    Harald Kapp Moderator Moderator

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    Look at the datasheet/manual.
     
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  3. kellys_eye

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    Are there any active components in your circuit?
     
  4. tedstruk

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    Ok, I think I found the end of my basic electronics course...
    Active components are -
    sub a. the ones on the sceen that you click on and are loaded from the client(ha ha ha!) ie.VB5
    OR?!
    1. The components that don't require power
    2. The ones that are powered
    3. controls that require manual adjustment

    are any of these close?
     
  5. hevans1944

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    Maybe you should consider obtaining help from a more specialized forum, from people who understand guitars as well as electronics. Have you considered DIYstompboxes.com? Here is a thread on that forum that discusses the venerable Baxandall tone control circuit, both active as well as passive, in what appears to be knowledgeable detail. I saw nothing that indicated the "baxandall circuit requires a lot of power."

    IMHO, your guitar electronics didn't put out anything because you wired it wrong.
     
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  6. AnalogKid

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    Yes.

    ak
     
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  7. DellaBarnett

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    Have you consulted any professional for you this query? My friend faced the same issue as he was also unable to decide the exact power his electronic guitar needed. To get the assured value he decided to consult the professionals [contact info removed by Mod] and also to know the other small details.
     
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  8. davenn

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    @tedstruk
    you have been given a couple of good suggestions
    My suggestion is that you follow those up and see how you go



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