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Summit, Hybrid synthesizer from Novation.

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CV I/O 4mm banana plug vs. 3.5mm TS jack

 
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sakura255

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1 Posted on 01/12/2021 at 14:46:57
Hello,

I happen to have three synths that can talk CV (control voltage): two have CV inputs in 3.5mm TS jack (Summit and Minilogue XD), whereas one (Hydrasynth KB) has CV inputs and outputs in what I believe to be 4mm banana plugs. As a result, they're not compatible without third-party equipment. I tried to purchase some converter, but found none out there.

  • Would you have an easy solution?
  • Banana have a single connection, whereas TS jack have two (signal+ground). What are the risks leaving out the ground unconnected. Would the converter need to have some special attention not to damage a 2K Summit in the process?
  • Could I cut out one end of a TS cable and reconnect the signal cable to a separately purchased banana plug leaving the ground unconnected (how do I avoid short cuts)?


https://medias.audiofanzine.com/images/thumbs3/novation-summit-3216325.jpg

https://medias.audiofanzine.com/images/thumbs3/novation-summit-3216326.jpg

Thanks in advance. Regards.

[ Post last edited on 01/12/2021 at 16:00:30 ]

sakura255

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2 Posted on 01/12/2021 at 15:58:44
Found this: :D: (hum, not too fast, wait for it...)

KilpatrickAudio

(Connecting PHENOL to Eurorack)

But they seem sold out: :(:(((
https://store.kilpatrickaudio.com/product/banana-mini
https://medias.audiofanzine.com/images/thumbs3/novation-summit-3216331.png

Note: I won't have the extra unused CV plugs (see video) to connect the grounds though. But, hopefully they are in a house connected to the same power multisocket.

[ Post last edited on 01/12/2021 at 16:02:45 ]

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