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awesome, thanks Jules. I will for sure go over this. It is adjusting for sure. the issue is that the instruction on splitting the VDC says to put a 1/4 of the VDC(3 in the example) across TP A and 3/4 of the VDC(9 in the example) across TP B. my boards are maxing out at 1/2 the VDC accross TP B and I cant increase it to the instructions 3/4 of the VDC. The Pot is turned the max and wont go more. when I turn the POT down(off i guess) I have the full VDC acroos TP A and none across TP B.
Yeah, the pot does adjust but not as far as it should. It will go from 12vdc on point A and 0 on B to 6vdc on A and 6vdc on B turned to the maximum. I'm almost certain I have the Fet correct as well, as I checked it to the digikey data sheet and the mic works when hooked up.
Hey Jules, or any other helpful posters. I recently built the Pimped Alice circuit and am having an issue. I can't seem to adjust the POT as stated in the instructions. If I'm adjusting 12VDC for example I can only achieve 12VDC over A and 0 over B up to 6VDC over A and 6VDC over B. I cant adjust beyond that to make up the 3VDC over A and 9VDC over B. I soldered a mic on and that part works. In trying to figure this out I built another board and it has the same issue. Any ideas?
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