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06.11.2016 at 23:25 #9384Anonymous
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First cab off the rank is my juno60 which has the Kenton MIDI mod installed. I expect there’s not much reason to keep the Kenton mod other than for MIDI thru. Presumably this could be implemented easily enough with a buffer and some resistors (IANAEE). I guess it could even be implemented inline/rats nest style with the Kenton MIDI sockets already installed.
My main question is whether you have come across any Kenton modded juno60’s – are there any caveats to consider in Tubbutec installation?
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With thanks.07.11.2016 at 02:15 #9385tubbutecKeymaster
yes, if you want to add a midi through socket, you need to install an additional buffer and two resistors.
Have a look at this drawing, which I stole from :
Here two inverters are used instead of a buffer. The input of the buffer/inverters are connected to the output pin of the optocoupler. In Case of the Juno-66, this is Pin 5 of the CNY-17 on the underside of the board. The part is pretty large (2.54mm pitch), so soldering a wire to it should be relatively simple.
I have not come accross a Kenton install so far, but I am assuming you can remove it and have the Juno back in the original condition. This means installing the Juno-66 is not a problem.
If you are unsure, post some pictures here (Kenton do not publish installation manuals, so it is impossible to tell if modifications were performed during the installation.
 http://whitefiles.org/b1_s/1_free_guide … s/h10d.htm
07.11.2016 at 04:41 #9386Anonymous
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