Evans Super Echo

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  1. populartsl

    populartsl Member

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    Wondering if any of you guys know anything about the Evans Super Echo. It looks a bit like a space echo, tried to find info about it not much luck so far. Any info would be very much appreciated

    Thanks Karl
     
  2. drod2045

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    bump never heard of it. got any links/info anyone/ PICS?
     
  3. zion

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    Evans Super Echo ES-5 features 1 record head, 1 erase head and 2 playback heads.

    With the "mode controller" one can vary the distance between the heads to get longer and shorter delays but also different rhythmic patterns. The ES-5 uses a long tape to keep the quality high. The tape speed can be varied too. There are controls for Feedback, Volume and delay Tone and you can connect a footswitch for easy operation.

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  4. populartsl

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    Thanks guys managed to find the same info as you zion but nothing else. I'll keep hunting

    Cheers Karl
     
  5. deadlyorigami

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    that thing looks a lot like a multivox MX-312 0r 201.
    Same knobs, printing(echo tone, etc.) and chassis.
     
  6. populartsl

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    Its got an all black face with white writing on. Looking at it closer its very similar to space echo 201. The only major difference would be the mode dial which has 6 positions but the evans has 4 additional switches as well. The model number is the SE 810

    Thanks Karl
     
  7. gnujunk

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    Hi,

    Sorry this is a little bit off topic....

    I have an SE-810 but the primary on its transformer is fried and even a specialist company couldn't work out how many windings were on there. Could anybody perhaps tell me what the voltages are on the transformer so I could replace mine? Perhaps somebody could measure the AC voltage on each wire on the output relative to the case/ground? Thanks in advance.

    Cheers,
    John
     

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