Michael Kukat did an amazing job servicing a Juno-6 and installing the Juno-66 mod. With the flawless soldering and carefully placed components the pictures get an aesthetic touch. These are worth a look at – even if you don’t plan to install the Juno-66.
More pictures after the break;
The CPU after desoldering
The socket for the Juno-66 board soldered in
Filter wire soldering
Parts for pitch bend control
Juno-66 installed in the socket
Michael Kukat collects firmware images. Here he reads out the original Juno-6 firmware. He even disassembled the firmware of the Poly-61 MCU.
Newly installed midi sockets on the back
The sticker showing the new functions
The finished built