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BPMC takes no responsibility for yadda jvv yadda. Obscure first device to launch the series with, I know, but they do come up. Keep your eyes peeled and expect to pay in between 30 — 60USD.

Jxx-t88 promise you a rewarding bend. Fragmented pulsating text can be a nice addition to any glitch video setup. Xj-t88 all the character generators lying dormant in the linear editing graveyard and there are quite a few I find the JVC JX-T88 to be the most intriguing. Back in the day I spent a jx–t88 of time in the video amp section which produces what you would expect, a variety of edge feedback and synch corruption fx.

But you can easily nab that on something else. Working within the 3 ICs below should provide you ix-t88 all the glitch visual stimulation you need. But who knows, there could be more, MORE…looosingggg sleeeeeppp. To get started unscrew the three screws on the back panel and you should be able to lightly slide the keyboard portion of the housing off of the base. It is connected only by a ground and a small ribbon cable. While experimenting you will want jc prop the keyboard portion up so you jvf still access the controls and the guts at the same time.

The key to bending is having text on screen at all times. While you may want to wrap your head around all the different scroll options and background colors yadda yadda yadda all you really need to know in the beginning is how to get some text on the screen. Luckily the JVC comes stock with a demo screen. Regardless of how many times you crash and reset this thing you will always have this screen to easily return to. Should you write the great American novel and follow it up with a wrong connection then you will lose all text saved in memory.



Have a steady set of bends and want to save something in to memory? Beware the power brick! Take your watch off, remove your Mr.

It can be awkward trying to avoid this thing while you are working so I usually put a little insulated bubble-mailer on top of it. But yes, watch out for that thing. How to best tackle the controls? To get the most out of this machine and not spatially limit yourself I would recommend routing everything to a control box.

To me, that sounds like a root canal but I can respect that route. There is next to no nx-t88 for extra controls so you have to work with what you get. There is a little strip of space in between the keyboard and the enclosure where you can either utilize micro toggle SPDTs wiring all the middle poles together and one of two ends to your fx point3.

Either of these three options are great although the switches are a tight ux-t88. You can crawl a little further down or up rather jc the IC but you run a pretty healthy risk of crashing the machine. If in your experimentation this occurs just turn the unit off, unplug it and jvcc plug it back in to fully reset it.

JVC JX-T88 Service Manual

But hopefully it is an illusion and you just have to unplug the little fucker. This has faked me out a couple of times now. Soldering directly to the IC takes a little practice. Too much jxt-88 and you run the risk of ruining it. Use a fine tip, no more than degrees and a little dab of j-t88 paste on your pin. This is an instance where a temperature controlled de-soldering gun comes in handy. Those hand pump jammies are more trouble than they are worth.


So many that I never come close to fitting it all into a single control design. The static fill is choice!!

The rainbow strobe effect is psycho-fucking-tropic. It always kind of blows me away that this shit is just sleeping inside the machine. While it takes a cranked signal to inject audio in to the characters and thus make them dance, it can be done. Just pick an audio input on the back to use make sure not to wire off of the ground… easy mistake and wire it to the center pole if using micro toggles. I wire it out to a contact on my magnetic patchbay setup.

While it takes a lot of voltage to drive the characters it takes mvc to no voltage to drive a lot of the points on the smaller ICs outlined. Good luck getting your hands on a JVC. I will be retiring them from production so there should be less ebay competition from yours truly. Click to Contact the Big Pauper.

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