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Korg Poly-61  •  Corrosion
Massive Corrosion on the Rear Panel (Jack Board Removed)
Korg Poly-61 - Processor Board * KLM-475 CPU Board (Old Production)

Korg Poly-61 - Voice Board * KLM-476 Synth Voice Board (Old Production)

Korg Poly-61 - Opened * Left Side (Keyboard Assembly Removed)

Korg Poly-61 - Opened * Right Side (Keyboard Assembly Removed)

Korg Poly-61 - Processor Board * KLM-509A CPU Board (New Production)

Korg Poly-61 - Voice Board * KLM-508A Synth Voice Board (New Production)

Korg Poly-61 - Processor Boards * Two KLM-509A CPU Boards with Corrosion due to Battery Leakage

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Korg Poly-61 - Corrosion - Image by Nikolaus Riehm
Korg Poly-61 - Processor Board * KLM-509A CPU Board - Mitsubishi M58981P-30: 4kBit SRAM

Korg Poly-61 - Voice Board * KLM-508A Synth Voice Board (New Production) - Component Side

Korg Poly-61 - Voice Board * KLM-508A Synth Voice Board (New Production) - Soldering Side

Korg Poly-61 - Panel Board * KLM-477B Clock Board - Component Side

Korg Poly-61 - Panel Board * Two KLM-477B Clock Boards -  Component & Soldering Side

Korg Poly-61 - Panel Board * KLM-481A Programmer Board

Korg Poly-61 - Panel Board * KLM-481A Programmer Board - 7 Segment LEDs



 
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