MATRIXSYNTH: Was the Roland Juno-6/Juno-60/Juno-106 Chorus Noise Inherent to the Design?

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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Was the Roland Juno-6/Juno-60/Juno-106 Chorus Noise Inherent to the Design?

MOE - Analog Chorus 60 vs Ocean wish wish NOISE video upload by Isak Eliyahu

Update: video re-uploaded.

"So many people thinks that the JUNO 6/60/106 chorus came out with build in noise, like it was part of the design. What's really happen is time of use, the more time we use it, the nosier the chorus will be.

I manage to fix few JUNO's in my life and all of them was with noise, some more some less, the owners wanted the noise to be gone, so I found that if I replace the old MN3009 with new old stock MN3009's or the new Xvive MN3009 (same results BTW) the noise is gone.

There are more issues with noise in 6/60/106 but there're not related to the ocean wish wish noise. turn on the volume and hear the differences between old used MN3009 and new never been used original MISTUSHITA MN3009."

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