alma cogan

Member Since: 10/5/2005
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The Regulator M100

Artist Song Buy
Barry White  Oh Love, Well We Finally Made It  buy on itunes
Sylvia Striplin  You Can't Turn Me Away  buy on itunes
The Neville Brothers  Yellow Moon  buy on itunes
Selda  Ince Ince  buy on itunes
Amalia Rodrigues  Povo Que Lavas No Rio  buy on itunes
Electric Prunes  Holy Are You  buy on itunes
Ijahman  I Am A Levi  buy on itunes
Cornell Campbell  My Confession  buy on itunes
Chic  My Forbidden Lover  buy on itunes
Lovin' Spoonful  Coconut Grove  buy on itunes
Clarence Carter  Slip Away  buy on itunes
Mos Def & Ron Isley  Beauty In The dark  buy on itunes
Ambrosia  You're the Biggest Part Of Me  buy on itunes
Klaxons  As Above So Below (Justice Remix)  buy on itunes
Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show  Mr Joy  buy on itunes
The Penguins  Earth Angel  buy on itunes
Can  Spoon  buy on itunes
The Monks  Cuckoo  buy on itunes
The Hollies  I'm Alive  buy on itunes
Boney M  Heart Of Gold  buy on itunes
Nicolette Larson  Lotta Love  buy on itunes
Roberta Flack  The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face  buy on itunes


The Regulator M100 is is a vintage scanner, and as it is a pre-SMD scanner, it's not a big deal to add a discriminator output.

The discriminator IC is an unknown 18 pin DIL IC. It is stamped 'Regency 600-565'.

Using an oscilloscope, pin 10 of this IC appears to contain the unfiltered baseband signal. A solder point next to pin 10 appears to be connected directly to the IC. A 10k resistor is soldered to TP5. The resistor can be mounted vertically.

Because the discriminator output contains a slight IF component at 455 kHz, the other lead of the resistor is connected to a grounded 2.2 n capacitor. This creates a simple RC lowpass filter with a cutoff frequency of about 7 kHz. The IF signal is suppressed effectively. The ground lead of the capacitor can be connected to the shield of the IF coil nearby.
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Date: 10/24/2007
friggin awesome
Date: 10/24/2007
hot damn. any experimental mix that opens with Barry White and ends with that Roberta Flack song... well, it goes straight to #1 on my charts.
Rob Conroy
Date: 10/24/2007
Jesus. The sweltering steaminess of this mix is overwhelming... in a good way. Any chance of a link, good sir?
Date: 10/24/2007
All kinds of treats here for the Halloween season. I second Rob's comments as well.
Mark Petruccelli
Date: 10/25/2007
Digging the Barry White, Neville Bros, Lovin Spoonful, Mos Def, Can, Hollies and Roberta Flack and of course, all vintage scanners, although I am partial to the Uniden Bearcat Pro PC78LTW, myself.
Date: 10/25/2007
This is pretty cool.
Date: 10/27/2007
The opening track by Love Unlimited is a fave and I suppose giving producer Barry White credit is deserved -- love those ladies' voices!
Cow Macy
Date: 10/28/2007
Love that bugged out version of Mr. Joy... and Boney M's finest moment, at long last, though it ain't no saturday seven.
Date: 10/28/2007
Pre-SMD is so cool.

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