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The DIY500 mkII PCB can accept any op amp which conforms to the same physical package and electrical pinout as popularized by the API™ 2520 , and operates on bipolar (+/-) 15 or 16VDC power supplies.
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My (acoustic) guitar has a noticeable boom in a particular bass frequency, and i became frustrated tryin to remedy it by trial and error with the parametric eq. Then i found this chart of frequencies that helped me find and fix it quick. Thought i'd share it in hopes someone else can get some use: * 82.4 E - open 6th string * 87.3 F * 92.5 F# * 98.0 G * 103.8 G# * 110.0 A - open 5th string * 116.5 A# * 123.5 B * 130.8 C * 138.6 C# * 146.8 D - open 4th string * 155.6 D# * 164.8 E * 174.6 F * 185.0 F# * 196.0 G - open 3rd string * 207.6 G# * 220.0 A * 233.1 A# * 246.9 B - open 2nd string * 261.6 C - "middle C" * 277.2 C# * 293.6 D * 311.1 D# * 329.6 E - open 1st string * 349.2 F * 370.0 F# * 392.0 G * 415.3 G# * 440.0 A - 5th fret on 1st string * 466.1 A# * 493.8 B * 523.2 C * 554.3 C# * 587.3 D * 622.2 D# * 659.2 E - 12th fret on 1st string