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Yamaha DX11 (TX81Z)
« on: July 09, 2012, 01:02:10 PM »
The Yamaha DX11 was one of the latest models of the DX series that Yamaha produced in the 1980s. This synth has been reported to be the most upgraded 4-OP synth of the DX series (other 4-OPs were the DX9, DX21, DX27, DX100, and FB01). ...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamaha_DX11


Skinny Yamaha V2 - The DX11 from Japan
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Replace Ram battery Resurrection...Yamaha DX11
when you find the ram backup battery it is soldered to the pcb via solder tags that are spot welded to the battery...
http://concretedog.blogspot.de/2010/01/replace-ram-battery-resurrectionyamaha.html

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An Overview Of FM Synthesis
In Yamaha's DX line of synthesizers, the oscillators are called "operators". In the TX81Z there are four of these in a single voice, and they can be routed in relation to each other in eight different ways, called "algorithms". Some operators are routed directly to the sound output, and these are called "carriers". Others are routed to other operators and these are called "modulators". ....
http://the-all.org/tx81z/fm_overview.html

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