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Setting up CU-1 with neovent?


Dlrshort

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I had the CU-1 for a while, and it doesn't work directly with the Vent. The guy I bought the CU-1 from also included a custom adapter cable that converted the 8-pin Leslie jack to 2 1/4" jacks, one for audio and one for switching. I'd plug the CU-1 into the switch jack of the Hammond, then use the adapter to connect to the Vent. It worked, but eventually just felt too complicated.

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Never used the switches on the SK-1. The CU-1 that I have plugged directly into the original vent and works perfectly.
Montage 7, Mojo 61, PC-3, XK-3c Pro, Kronos 88, Hammond SK-1, Motif XF- 7, Hammond SK-2, Roland FR-1, FR-18, Hammond B3 - Blond, Hammond BV -Cherry
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I don't own an original vent, and haven't read the manual in a long time, but I think "yes". Provided you have read the manual and set the DIP switches appropriately!

 

If my memory serves me correctly - I don't own a CU-1 - sleeve is common, tip is chorale, and ring is tremolo.

 

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Hammond: L111, M100, M3, BC, CV, Franken CV, A100, D152, C3, B3

Leslie: 710, 760, 51C, 147, 145, 122, 22H, 31H

Yamaha: CP4, DGX-620, DX7II-FD-E!, PF85, DX9

Roland: VR-09, RD-800

 

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Do you plug the CU1 switch directly into the remote quarter inch jack?

 

Yes!!!!

Montage 7, Mojo 61, PC-3, XK-3c Pro, Kronos 88, Hammond SK-1, Motif XF- 7, Hammond SK-2, Roland FR-1, FR-18, Hammond B3 - Blond, Hammond BV -Cherry
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