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  • Sovtek MIG100 - Input jack issues - Schematic and pics inside.. Help would ROCK..

    So the "high" input jack was uninstalled at some point from my MIG100. When I went to look at reconnecting it, I found no wires inside to solder to it. I looked at the schematic and it looks like there are 3 wires going to each input. In mine all the visible wires attached to the "low" input jack. I'm terribly confused and could use some help if possible. Below is a link to the schematic and below that are pics of the input jack itself.

    http://www.freeinfosociety.com/electronics/schematics/audio/sovtekmig100h.pdf

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  • #2
    Looks like the wires and associated components were removed altogether. You are going to have to redo that section from scratch.

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    • #3
      nice fingernailsoke:
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      • #4
        seriously, though...is there a wire connected to V1 pin 7? that should be the first gain stage for the high input.
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        • #5
          the MIG100 is different from the MIG100H
          not the same schematic
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          • #6
            nice fingernailsoke:


            Not mine, friend held amp for me to take pic
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            • #7
              hopefully said friend has tits
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              • #8
                hopefully said friend has tits


                Uhh, yeah she does. Is my wife's best friend.



                I'm wondering why the hell someone uninstalled the high output stuff though.. doesn't make any sense.
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                • #9
                  Humm. Too bad mine's at the practice space. I'd pop the chassis open and take a pic of it to show you what it should look like. Unfortunately, it's an hour away... If you manage to find the actual MIG 100 schematic (and not the 100h), let me know.
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