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Old Crow's Synth Shop: Korg Polysix Preliminary
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intended primarily for hardware engineers. While I try to make the
information as easy to follow as I can, this isn't really a project for
beginners. Considerable hands-on experience is *required* in areas such
as soldering and circuit-board trace modification. You have been
NOTES: MAKE CERTAIN THAT POLYSIX IS UNPLUGGED FROM AC POWER LINE!
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Step 1: Opening the Unit
Tools required: a medium Philips screwdriver.
1-1: Start with the Polysix sitting on a flat table as illustrated:.
1-2: Locate the front panel mounting screws. Shown below are the left and right cover screw
locations. Remove only the two larger screws on either end; leave the
smaller ones on the panel alone.
1-3: Now, pick up the Polysix and set it back down such that the back
end of the unit overhangs the table by about two inches as shown. Remove
the four screws that are now accessible on the bottom of the unit. In the
illustration, three have already been removed and one is still awaiting
1-4: Pick up the Polysix and set it back down on the table as shown
in step 1-1, then simply lift the front cover up. It will rotate back and
stay open in a convenient "hood-up" position:.
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