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Post by Robert Moob » Thu Mar 15, 2012 11:21 am

we just finished two black units w/ blue and white LEDs!

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Post by Robert Moob » Thu Mar 15, 2012 11:27 am

this is an "older" one... BD101 in metallic/silver:

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Post by brickman » Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:57 pm

Yeah that metallic silver one is sexy as hell . Nice work . How much for that puppy ?

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Post by Robert Moob » Mon Mar 26, 2012 9:16 am

hi brickman, these units are individual items... so we always have to check again how much it will be. it depends on the exact colours and on how much our supplier charges for it... and on, if you wanna have different knobs etc. ... usually it will be something like 125 euros more than the normal pedal price, but, as said, there is not really a fixed price for it. it depends on what you want.

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Post by brickman » Tue Mar 27, 2012 2:32 pm

Hi phaserjunktoy , how about the silver/metallic one in your original post ?

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Post by Robert Moob » Wed Mar 28, 2012 7:35 am

complicated... the customer already had the knobs and send them to us... like every custom unit it's a unique process. the price will be similar to 329,-EUR for the BD101 incl. shipping inside EU + supposably 125,-EUR for the extras.... but, as said, a final price we can first give you, when we know all details about your unit. if you are interested in a custom unit, send a request to info (at) koma-elektronik (dot) com .

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Post by Kent » Wed Mar 28, 2012 9:28 am

I'd love to see the BD-101 in Buchla 200 format and 1/2 a Kommander (with CV outs on bananas) attached.

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Post by Robert Moob » Fri Mar 30, 2012 10:32 am

banana jacks are possible, but they don't have a ground... so as long as you care for the pedal grounding, we can make one with banana jacks. it can also have a separate ground jack or so...

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Post by DanielW » Sat Mar 31, 2012 6:16 am

That sounds really interesting, I'll need to solve grounding to inter face Kommander with my Serge.

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Post by osterchrisi » Sat Mar 31, 2012 7:21 am

_Basically_ that shouldn't be a problem as long as the two grounds of the two devices - one being your modular synth, the other one the Kommander - come together in some place. Since there is no audio being processed through the Kommander you also shouldn't be prone to a humming ground loop. Plugging them both into the same mains power line should be fine...

It can be more of a problem in a big studio setup where you might end up with two grounds being connected to different mixers etc. and therefore not being connected directly.

We just try to be careful here because interfacing with banana jacks is something that we are not in control 100%, it depends on your setup if it works perfectly or not. It's really not complicated in the end...

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Post by DanielW » Sat Mar 31, 2012 8:00 am

osterchrisi wrote:_Basically_ that shouldn't be a problem as long as the two grounds of the two devices - one being your modular synth, the other one the Kommander - come together in some place. Since there is no audio being processed through the Kommander you also shouldn't be prone to a humming ground loop. Plugging them both into the same mains power line should be fine...

It can be more of a problem in a big studio setup where you might end up with two grounds being connected to different mixers etc. and therefore not being connected directly.

We just try to be careful here because interfacing with banana jacks is something that we are not in control 100%, it depends on your setup if it works perfectly or not. It's really not complicated in the end...
I think it might be as easy as connecting an unused out on the Kommander to the banana jack on the Serge PSU that is used for grounding. Would still be great with a banana Kommander, could you make one for me?

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Post by Robert Moob » Thu Apr 05, 2012 7:12 am

DanielW wrote:I think it might be as easy as connecting an unused out on the Kommander to the banana jack on the Serge PSU that is used for grounding. Would still be great with a banana Kommander, could you make one for me?
I think that should be possible... if you want a modificated item, please send an official request to info (at) koma-elektronik (dot) com .

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Post by mike sheridan » Wed Aug 08, 2012 1:56 pm

Kent wrote:I'd love to see the BD-101 in Buchla 200 format and 1/2 a Kommander (with CV outs on bananas) attached.
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