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Hardware Instruments => Origin => Origin Technical Issues => Topic started by: JacksonP on September 16, 2019, 02:48:14 pm

Title: LIST of Origin encoders and potentiometers
Post by: JacksonP on September 16, 2019, 02:48:14 pm
Hi all Origin users:

Here’s a list what I got from Arturia, when I asked about potentiometers (in other thread). Finaly I thought that it would be wise to get as much as possible information under one list. Here it is:

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From Guillaume (Arturia Support):

Here are all the information i can provide you at the moment regarding the potentiometers and encoders used (some of these bein already shared on some origin servicing forum topics) :

3x PEC16-4220F-N0024
Detent with No Switch
OSC waveform, Filter Type, LFO waveform

8x PEC16-4020F-S0024
No Detent with Switch
User white knobs around screen area

5x PEC16-4220F-S0024
Detent with Switch
Jog wheel, OSC select, Filter select, LFO select, ENV select

17x PEC16-4020F-N0024
No Detent with No Switch
Sequencer knobs and sequencer rate

7x PTV111-3420A-B103
No switch
Mixer & Effects section potentiometers

Let me know if you need any further information.

Kindest regards,
Guillaume - Arturia Support
Title: Re: LIST of Origin encoders and potentiometers
Post by: hermitnerd on August 27, 2020, 06:39:30 pm
Thank you!  :)
Title: Re: LIST of Origin encoders and potentiometers
Post by: rcmusic on November 29, 2020, 08:46:03 pm
Hi all,

Does anyone knows if origin keyboard use the same potentiometers as origin desktop, chinese ones, or did arturia upgrade all the keyboard version to bournce ones?

thanx
Title: Re: LIST of Origin encoders and potentiometers
Post by: hermitnerd on November 30, 2020, 10:22:48 pm
All I know is my keyboard has the "good" big knob (no jitter) and my desktop has the "bad" big knob (chinese, jitter).


Hi all,

Does anyone knows if origin keyboard use the same potentiometers as origin desktop, chinese ones, or did arturia upgrade all the keyboard version to bournce ones?

thanx
Title: Re: LIST of Origin encoders and potentiometers
Post by: rcmusic on December 01, 2020, 06:01:17 pm
Thanx a lot Paul!