Schematic for a Marti CLA-40

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ivanovich
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Schematic for a Marti CLA-40

Post by ivanovich » Tue Oct 23, 2007 8:59 pm

i've been looking for it and cant find it on the net. tried waltzingbear and different searches and couldn't come up with it. the guy a bought it from didn't have documentation for the unit but the thing was a steal. it works great i just want to mess with the time constants!

i see where the release switch is and see a bunch of resistors which i believe discharge the caps. it would be so nice to have the schematic to do things right!

best,

Ivan B.

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Post by brianroth » Sat Oct 27, 2007 12:33 am

Marti used to be in Texas, but has apparently been bought. Maybe the new owners can help?

http://www.martielectronics.com/support/

Bri

PS, when I was VERY young, I used to run "remote" broadcasts for a local FM radio station via a portable Marti VHF TX, including small Yagi antennas <g>.
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Post by squizo » Wed Oct 31, 2007 1:00 pm

i have exactly 4 of these unitsl
well 2 are for parts

they are the poor man 1176...well sort of

now that ive said it they will go for a $1000 on ebay


i will ask a friend of mine who might have the schematic

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Post by ivanovich » Wed Oct 31, 2007 6:10 pm

man if you could post a schematic that would be so awesome. i'm sure there's a whole bunch of people that would find it useful! it's a nice compressor/limiter...i just want to slow it down some more!

brian, i browsed the new page to no avail. i'll send them an email or phone them and see what the deal is. thanks for the replies folks!

i.

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