MFOS Noise Toaster Bare PCB

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7210-071
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A bare PCB for the MFOS Noise Toaster.

  • Easy to build
  • Wide Range VCO
  • White Noise Generator
  • Cool low Pass Filter
  • Simple But Effective VCA
  • AR Generator with Repeat or Manual Pushbutton
  • LFO with Square, Integrated Square and Differentiated Square waves
  • Nicely Normalized Switching Scheme
  • PCB Has Pads for Interface to Other DIY Projects
  • Built in One Watt Audio Amplifier and Speaker.
  • Uses one 9V Battery (portable)
  • Low Current Design Extends Battery Life
  • Makes a plethora of plethoras of cool and interesting sounds
  • WILL attract alien visitations - CAUTION ADVISED
  • WILL DEFINITELY cut into TV viewing time - CAUTION ADVISED
  • Stimulates plant growth and calms goldfish.

Supplied without components or instructions, Soundtronics stock all components needed to build these modules as well as fully assembled and tested versions for those who prefer not to tackle the construction.

Check out our DIY Build Knowledge Base for supporting documentation and advice.

ive just finished building the noise toaster and have a slight problem the unit is working fine however when i plug a jack plug in to feed into external amp i get no sound does it need feeding via a preamp 1st

Asked by Shaun Marshall | 11/03/2019, 20:30 | 4 answer(s)

Hi team at soundtronics, So I built my noise toaster and all was well, sounds even better through a hiding amplifier. But placing it into a case I’ve bumped it and now its gone quiet.... by that I mean I can still hear it (just) though the built in speaker and when output to a stereo but its about a tenth of what it should be. This happened intermittently but now its just permanently on a whisper. Also went to a whisper whenever the manual gate button. (Regardless of bypass/ repeat settings) I’m keen to get it working again but I’ve no idea where to start, is this a common problem? If all other functions are working is there part of the cuircit I can replace or test first then second etc? The circuit was completed using the soundtronics break out boards if any of these could hold the key.

Asked by Robbie | 27/10/2018, 13:52 | 1 answer(s)

I see that these are out of stock - Is that permanent given that Ray Wilson is very sick or do you make these yourself?

Asked by nathaniel T schleif | 10/06/2016, 02:26 | 1 answer(s)
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