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Moog audio voltage (not CV)
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Wabon
In the old Moogs, how much voltage was in the audio?

For example, what would an oscillator output?
And when would stuff start to clip?

Any guideline for a maximum/typical voltage audio fed into say an old Moog lowpass filter?

I mean peak to peak.

Sorry if it has been asked before, all I seemed to find in search was about CV.
burdij
1.8 V PP Asymmetric clipping at +12V and -6V.
JohnLRice
burdij wrote:
1.8 V PP
Beat me to it! thumbs up But in this thread you said it was 1.3v pp? hmmm.....
https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=186263
burdij
The spec sheet values are based on a signal level of 0dB which is .7746 V RMS, 1.0 V Peak or 2.0 V PP. I might have copied the value wrong in the previous post. The spec sheet also says that the signal could go as high as +10dB or about 6V PP before clipping.
Wabon
thanks!
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