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Ursa Major documentation available on line

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by C M, Sep 9, 2003.

  1. C M

    C M Guest

    Hello,

    My name is Chris Moore. I founded Ursa Major and designed the Space
    Station in 1978 and have scanned all the owner's and service manuals
    into PDF files. You can download them at the URL below.

    I have also put information on the site about the new Space Station
    SST-206, a handheld unit the size of a paperback book that emulates the
    original Space Station, while also offering a knock-out contemporary
    quality reverb program. I am manufacturing and selling these from my web
    site.

    You can also find a history of the Space Station, reviews,
    advertiserments, photos of reverb pioneers, and the demonstration
    cassettes (mp3.

    Finally, there are a dozen articles ("Application Notes") that reflect
    my experience and beliefs about new product development, audio products
    in particular.

    Sincerely,

    Chris Moore


    --

    Seven Woods Audio, Inc. Christopher Moore
    Concepts, Products, Circuits for Audio Analog/Digital

    http://www.SevenWoodsAudio.com


    --

    Seven Woods Audio, Inc. Christopher Moore
    Concepts, Products, Circuits for Audio Analog/Digital

    http://www.SevenWoodsAudio.com
     
  2. stig

    stig Guest

    Boy, when it first came out, I remember a jaw-dropping demo at an audio
    show.
    Nice piece of analog there, if the term is used properly here.. C
     
  3. David Morley

    David Morley Guest

    Hurrah!!!!
    Any chance that the service manual for the 8x32 reverb is online? Mine
    switches on and off randomly... Any thoughts?
    Off to look at your site now!
     
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