Sadelta Echo Master Plus Slider Knobs

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Sadelta Echo Master Plus Slider Knobs

Postby slamjam » 06 Aug 2017, 23:01

I've just bought an old echo master plus (delivery pending) the mic is missing the slider knobs. Does anyone know what size they are so i can order replacements? I see plenty of sliders on ebay just not sure which will fit and look semi original.

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Re: Sadelta Echo Master Plus Slider Knobs

Postby Snake Plissken » 06 Aug 2017, 23:22

Hi...

I have an Echo Master Plus Classic here belongs to a friend, needs a little work....I think the knobs are the same on this....

I'll dig it out tomorrow and check if you like? :thumbup:

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Re: Sadelta Echo Master Plus Slider Knobs

Postby slamjam » 07 Aug 2017, 07:39

That would be great. Thanks Dan.
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Re: Sadelta Echo Master Plus Slider Knobs

Postby sickboy » 07 Aug 2017, 08:42

Mine are 10mm wide, 9mm tall & 7mm deep.
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Re: Sadelta Echo Master Plus Slider Knobs

Postby cb4ever104 » 07 Aug 2017, 09:14

slamjam wrote:I see plenty of sliders on ebay just not sure which will fit and look semi original.


Let us know if you find the right ones . Would you Keiron ? I don't need any , but it's always nice to source them just in case :thumbup:

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Re: Sadelta Echo Master Plus Slider Knobs

Postby Mudslinger » 07 Aug 2017, 11:48

I still have a brand new PPT key here somewhere even though the mic I had has long gone.
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Re: Sadelta Echo Master Plus Slider Knobs

Postby The Collector » 08 Aug 2017, 17:01

We've had this topic before and I recall mentioning some on ebay that I'd found for music faders etc.
Not sure if the search function will find the topic easily though?

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Re: Sadelta Echo Master Plus Slider Knobs

Postby Mudslinger » 08 Aug 2017, 19:22

They can probably be sourced from the same place that does the square black buttons on Galaxy Pluto type radios.


In other words they are as rare as rocking horse poop.
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