Polysix Midi Retrofit Board installation

Posted on January 6, 2009
Filed Under all/alles/todo, DIY stuff, gear | 1 Comment

I did this one some weeks ago, and also documented it all, but did not have the time yet to post it all… so i might take the time this week…

UPDATE: Here are two shots I made during the installation. The main problem was the drilling of the hole to the outsinde, it took me almost 1 hour to do this, and as a result I damaged the drill completely! see the pics.

The Install itself is really easy, just solder 6 cables to the apropriate points, and mount the Midi jack. thats it! If anybody is interested in a complete report on this, i have pics for every step and some more explanations on it…


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One Response to “Polysix Midi Retrofit Board installation”

  1. Jed Jorgensen on August 20th, 2010 5:12 am

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